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Using Project-Based Learning to make at home and in the classroom - Shared screen with speaker view
Danielle Hammernik
16:12
Welcome everyone!
Danielle Hammernik
16:39
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Mariel Matthews
16:41
Hello from New York
Jackie Tan
16:43
Hello from Northern Nevada near
Jackie Tan
16:53
Lake Tahoe
Cassandra Ellis
16:56
Hello from Delaware!!
Heidi Wunschel
16:57
Hello from Storm Lake IA
Michelle Tan
17:00
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Teresa Morgan
17:02
Henderson NV
Kathy Jarret
17:07
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Jode Keehr
17:08
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Lynda Hammond
17:10
Lynda Hammond from Suffern, New York
Sheelagh Spooner
17:12
hello from Chicago
Kim Moncus
17:16
Howdy from Texas!
Ken Appleby
17:24
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Charlene Ross
17:35
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Bryan Vanderkrieken
17:40
Hello from Belgium :)
Stefan Seegerer
17:45
Hi from Bavaria, Germany
Kim Borwege
17:47
Hello from Minnesota!
Kristine Terrell
17:50
Bakersfield, California!! Hello
Veh Oulai
17:51
hello from geogia
Joe Cusack
17:53
Hello from Houston TX
Punit Chandrama
17:54
hello
Dilek Dustegor
17:57
Hello from Saudi Arabia
Lori Best
18:20
Hi from Hastings, Minnesota
Kumari Corder
18:27
Hello from Indianapolis
Lindsey Langston
18:28
Hi Kristi!!!
Kent Barnard
18:30
Hello from Tennessee!
Stacey Reed
18:30
Hello from Baltimore, MD!
Rachelia Pawluk
18:33
Hi from Edmonton, AB, Canada
Julie Sway
18:34
Hi from Georgia!
D'Ann Diles
18:38
Hello from Arkansas
Kelsey Genoways
18:40
Hi from Nebraska!
Lindsey Langston
18:45
Hello from Bakersfield, CA
Sara Coleman
18:57
Hello from Ponchatoula, LA
Punit Chandrama
19:01
hi again
Matthew Rutherford
19:01
Greetings from Omaha, NE
Dixie Duran
19:10
Hello from Los Angeles, CA!
Nate Ubowski
19:12
If the poll doesn’t pop up on your screen, you can always answer in the chat as well!
Demetrice Houston
19:28
Hello from Atlanta, GA
Lori Granite
19:29
Hello from Rockford, IL!
Talya Laufer
19:42
Hello from NY!
Terry Highfield
20:30
Hello from Greeley, CO!
GAURIKA GAUTAM
20:31
Hello From UAE
Heidi Wunschel
20:41
I am taking this training to learn more about this product. I am setting up a STEAM program at our school and we don't have many items right now. Brand new program and teacher.
Teresa Morgan
21:54
my little bits have been in boxes haven’t been sure about how to integrate them
Sphero
22:14
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ivan castro
23:17
Hi from Tucson, AZ. We’ve used both little bits and spheres for our CIS intro classes in higher ed.
Sphero
23:27
A recording will be available at the end of the live sessions!
Juliet Williamson
23:40
👍🏻
Jennifer Burden
23:43
I'm new to littlebits and found the educator guide online to be very helpful in finding little projects to integrate into science lessons
Matthew Rutherford
23:45
We have a set, not sure which product. Excited to incorporate them in a brand new class.
Punit Chandrama
23:47
great
Arjun Handa
23:53
are we going to have more meetings
Talya Laufer
24:29
No little bits here but we now have bolts! Hopefully bits will follow soon!
Eileen Koch
25:06
Genius Hour
Juliet Williamson
25:07
only sphero minis for me...better than nothing though...
Javier Aguilar
25:28
Love LEGO”s
Teresa Morgan
25:45
Legos awesome
Zach Kouba
25:59
I was able to use the RVR's all last year.
Eileen Koch
26:11
Knex design challenge
Danielle Hammernik
26:49
I think everyone’s created a good insect shoe box project at some point in their education!
Cassandra Ellis
28:57
project based learning is great for special education students
Tracy Harris
29:05
And GT
Javier Aguilar
29:22
Student voice is important :)
Sphero
29:24
Be sure to set your chat to all panelists and attendees so everyone can see and reply!
Mary Riley
29:43
Ooh, I love that. Compliance vs. Understanding - that would make an interesting conversation.
Tracy Harris
30:08
You could make a hyper doc.
Erika Abdelaziz
30:11
I Love PBL! The students learn from each other, from themselves and I learn the most about them!
Kim Moncus
30:40
I totally agree @Erika
Keith McCray
30:41
I had my fifth graders answer “What is a Fraction?” Before addressing content and their projects were so eye opening. Really helped understand where they were at.
Nate Ubowski
31:06
@Keith - that’s a great question for students to answer ifrst
Jorge Caballero
31:16
I’m part of a grant redesigning some of our STEM classes to include PBL- our students have so much fun, so it’s like we are hiding veggies inside their dessert!
Nate Ubowski
32:03
@Jorge - one of the ideas I love about PBL - the project is the main course, not just the dessert at the end of the unit
Jessie McKinley
32:32
Very creative... they show thinking outside the box...
Keith McCray
33:01
Wow! That is amazing
Nicole Jory
33:01
Hi from Albury in Australia! :)
Jorge Caballero
33:11
@Nate - I agree
Susan Bardenhagen
33:32
Good afternoon from northern VA, outside DC
Fadel Taha Anwar
33:36
I agree with you Jessie
Erika Abdelaziz
34:37
@ Nate I love that, a group of my students PBL was to create a full invitation and 3 course menu for their end of year gathering a few years ago.
Susan Bardenhagen
34:38
@STEAM-infused education- PBLs are integral!
Javier Aguilar
34:49
Bravo - Fantastic
Susan Crouse
34:55
Early physics concepts without any math are great for PBL, even just by pointing out every day actions o get them to start interpreting things like forces, masses, etc. I loved in college when the prof said to find physics in your everyday life.
Bindu Rishi
34:57
Good afternoon from Vancouver, BC,Canada
Fadel Taha Anwar
34:59
WOW NICE
Kim Moncus
34:59
Yes @Susan
Javier Aguilar
35:10
Hola :)
Tracy Harris
35:12
I’d like to see a video of that!
Jessie McKinley
35:19
Yes! They apply their Spanish skills plus learning a new technology...imagine the pride they get when students go to them for advice...
Arjun Handa
35:20
How many people joined
Tracy Harris
36:06
Genius projects!
Mary Riley
36:08
What program did he make it in? Tynkercad? Was it from scratch or modify from Thingiverse?
David Coulam
36:18
TinkerCAD
Karl McCormack
36:23
great project
Rafał Wiśniewski
36:29
👍
Susan Bardenhagen
36:43
MYths & legends can be STEAM with science piece of how/why created!
Jorge Caballero
36:47
Love tinkercad- we have even had some of our engineering students use it
Maria Nickel
36:53
tinkercad is wicked
Marcia Ferreira
36:54
I love Tinkercad and my students are always super excited to use it:)
Jennifer Burden
36:55
I need to learn to use TinkerCAD
Cynthia Peters
37:00
My students enjoy PBL until they come across a challenge that is not easily solved…then they just give up and want me to tell them the solution. If I don’t offer it, that the end of it. These are high school students.
Mary Riley
37:09
Me too Jennifer B
Jorge Caballero
37:15
We’ve also used it to infuse STEM into our ART classes
Javier Aguilar
37:30
No Sphero projects ?
Rachelia Pawluk
37:35
We do edible cells and the kids love being able to eat their project at the end
Cassandra Ellis
37:39
We use candy for that!
Kim Moncus
37:45
Yes, STEAM @Jorge
Nate Ubowski
37:45
@Cynthia - I had the same things happen when I did PBL with high school students - there are a lot of ways to guide them through those roadblocks, and it’s super powerful
Mary Riley
38:22
@Nate - examples of ways?
Kristina Brown
38:28
I've never had success with PBL in HS science setting. I'm hoping that this PD will help me figure out how to make it successful.
Lindsey Langston
38:32
these are the things that students remember. they make more impact than any close read possibly could.
Jessica Dennis
38:49
What a great idea to portray the human body!
Jorge Caballero
38:49
YES- in our district, unfortunately the A in STEAM is silent :) we’ve gotten creative in ways to include writing, psyc
Lindsey Langston
38:52
not that close reads dont have any value...
Eileen Koch
38:56
kids love the edible cells.
Cynthia Peters
39:08
@Nate Ubowski…i
Sharon Genoways
39:09
That is fantastic!
Lindsey Langston
39:13
edible cells sound amazing!
Cynthia Peters
39:31
@NateUbowski…I hope so, Hoping to learn some tips today
Teri Petein
39:36
I had my students do this with spheros. They had to draw their bodies and then program the spheros to go through and then say the different parts in Spanish.
Maria Nickel
39:38
I did a sphero run of the animal cell where they had to go to each cell part and be able to program their sphere in order of cell part how each works before it goes on to the next cell part to use ( they made a map on paper of the cell part ( created in tinker CAD or can do a playdough part or paper) so they did a cell walk
Jessie McKinley
39:43
Lots of "wide walls" in these examples...
Noah Eiler
39:47
Wow.
Rafał Wiśniewski
39:48
Wow - 😳
Nate Ubowski
39:50
@Cynthia - the biggest thing for me was the culture that I created in my classroom - but it all stemmed from having really good questions ready to ask when they came to difficult points of a unit
Javier Aguilar
39:56
Nice !!
Veh Oulai
40:08
nice
Maria Nickel
40:32
I would love that lesson on facial recognition
Danielle Hammernik
40:35
Love the creative Sphero integration!
Lindsey Langston
40:49
agree Maria Nickel!
Erika Abdelaziz
41:01
An elementary school group I worked with became the set designers and prop creaters for a school play. A student who was gifted with drawing was given the title of Set Designer due to her vision and conversation with the Director (Teacher).
Maria Nickel
41:06
thanks so much, kids loved it
Ben Paine
41:07
school got cool!
Antonio
41:16
This stuff is really inspiring. Eye opening.
Kathy Jarret
41:36
That is awesome!
Mary Riley
41:40
Wow that's a looooong print time I would think!
Tracy Harris
41:46
I would totally keep it in my classroom.
Fadel Taha Anwar
41:49
Hey I think that thing was also use in Dirrilis Ertugrul my favorite drama
Jorge Caballero
42:05
Our upcoming challenges include having ALL of our classes and workshop in the virtual world- can be challenging when we are used to working inside our maker space. We were able to integrate Spheros in our introductory computer science and programming class.
Susan Bardenhagen
42:47
@Jorge- "A" in engineering DESIGN process; Arts include literary, music, dance, theater, visual- so communication skills, too. So sad that A otherwise is silent...
Matthew O’Neill
42:48
my build plates always curl up on medium or large 3d prints…..grrrrrrrr
Jorge Caballero
43:32
@Matthew, BRIMs are your friend.
paul rayner
43:38
Even with Glue Stick on build plate?
Charlene Ross
43:48
Take a look at Quickdraw, AI app
Kathy Jarret
44:18
Quickdraw is awesome!
Jorge Caballero
44:34
@Susan, it is sad. We are trying to change Admin minds—
Keith McCray
45:21
I like to have them reflect even if they are not successful so that they can see the little successes that they had along the way. The fact that your problem set is different from the one you began with shows you were learning.
Javier Aguilar
45:27
Quickdraws works in any platform or only in IOS
Susan Bardenhagen
45:30
Yes, iteration is fundamental in eng. design process & scientific process!
Antonio
46:02
We do that is software development. Constant improvement.
Helen Maddox
46:06
The Book - Creative Confidence - is the best book on DT
Charlene Ross
46:06
Web based
Charlene Ross
46:32
Web based for Quickdraws
Imani Malaika-Mehta
46:40
“I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.” “Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” - Edison
Javier Aguilar
46:47
What is the link for quickdraws
Javier Aguilar
46:56
Please I google it not luck :(
Kathy Jarret
47:20
https://quickdraw.withgoogle.com/
Jorge Caballero
47:34
Our maker space motto is “Don’t be afraid to make misteaks” and we feature a museum of failed 3D prints
Javier Aguilar
47:44
Awesome - thx
Erika Abdelaziz
47:56
Great Motto!
Teri Petein
48:04
Ours is “Embrace the Struggle”.
Danielle Hammernik
48:26
Check out Sphero’s website if you’re interested in watching previous Sphero webinars or learning about upcoming webinars! You can learn more about our webinars and watch previous webinars here: https://sphero.com/pages/webinars
Rachelia Pawluk
48:37
For Minecraft in schools, do the students need personal accounts or does the school get an account? I have a personal minecraft account and I’m a starting teacher and would love to do minecraft anything in school.
Natalie Hannans
49:12
hello All...... Here as a Civil Air Patrol STEM KIT resource user.... we love Sphero Kit
Maria Nickel
49:45
can this be done without a makerspace? I don't have that
Jessica Dennis
50:16
We do not have a makerspace yet either - pushing for one though!
Tracy Harris
50:39
I get to start a makerspace at my new school! I’m super pumped!
Jorge Caballero
50:40
@Maria - Yes! you just have to get creative-
Helen Maddox
50:45
You can create a Makerspace anywhere - throughout your classroom, Media Center, start small is ok.
Maria Nickel
50:50
i know i won't have one, but I want to do that toxic popcorn item
Matthew O’Neill
50:52
not makerspace, but i made the obstacle course, the students programmed/solved it
Helen Maddox
51:03
Cardboard challenge is a great place to start
Natalie Hannans
51:06
soooo needing remote options for my students....
Teri Petein
51:22
My first Makerspace was a lot of Cardboard and Duct tape.
Natalie Hannans
51:23
we will be virtual
Jyoti Basarke
51:31
We have a mini maker space in our classroom.
Javier Aguilar
51:32
Yes remote options please :)
Helen Maddox
51:34
Cool Teri!
Kristine Terrell
51:38
virtual 1st quarter for now..
Susan Crouse
51:46
@maria nickel, if you are in US there are lots of cities with tool share programs and I am guessing sometimes they have too much of a tool and might donate…then a space is your next need.
Heidi Wunschel
51:47
Still don't know
Jessica Dennis
51:50
It sounds like we will be in a blended environment but no answers yet!
Matthew Rutherford
51:54
we have a 3/2 model
Kelle Parks
52:02
Thoughts on how to accomplish this when they can't share supplies or be close to each other?
Jessica Dennis
52:12
@Matthew what is the 3/2 model?
Cynthia Peters
52:14
@Matthew Oneill, That sounds great. I made a maze on the floor using tape.
Sheelagh Spooner
52:16
we plan to start at home with the option to be virtual
Natalie Hannans
52:28
tool share? more info please
Kent Barnard
52:44
students have choice to be virtual or in person. 9 week minimum for virtual
Jorge Caballero
52:45
HomeDepot donates up to $200 in supplies/tools. I’m not sure if that has changed since the RONA
Erika Abdelaziz
52:50
That's awesome!
Charlene Ross
53:02
https://cyber.org/ [NICERC] is a very good site , great for Cyber Security for grades 3-12.
Javier Aguilar
53:31
What grade is this project ?
Natalie Hannans
53:34
Civil Air Patrol has a program for teachers and there are free resources.
Javier Aguilar
53:48
Oh ok
Javier Aguilar
53:49
thx
Kathy Jarret
53:50
I had a student create a set of wooden stairs for his home.
Tracy Harris
53:58
Yes! CAP funded my Spheros!
Erika Abdelaziz
54:18
Thank you @Charlene
Matthew O’Neill
54:20
cool activity, just found this might be useful for virtual especially https://machinelearningforkids.co.uk/
Natalie Hannans
54:32
https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/programs/aerospace-education/for-educators
Javier Aguilar
54:46
Thanks for sharing :)
Natalie Hannans
55:24
@Tracy ..... yes our squadron works with our AEM’s. to get them the resources
Charlene Ross
55:25
you r welcome @ Eika A.
Erika Abdelaziz
55:27
Thank you @Matthew and @Natalie!
Maria Nickel
55:35
@susan , I am in Canada I don't have access to that type of program, great idea though
Natalie Hannans
55:49
Please follow up and get on board.....
Heidi Wunschel
56:19
yes like tie die
Barbara Sehgal
56:30
more like marbling
Susan Crouse
56:41
@maria found this resource: https://wrwcanada.com/en/get-involved/resources/swap-share-repair-themed-resources/tool-libraries-sharing-depots-canada
Omar Damluji
56:43
we did that with lacrosse sticks back in the day
Jackie Tan
56:48
At the end of remote learning, I asked my students to share a photo of the project they were most proud of and explain why. Most kids chose the project that was hardest and took the most time..
Natalie Hannans
56:50
Walmart grants too
Omar Damluji
57:06
Walmart gives grants?
Nate Ubowski
57:54
@Jackie - that’s awesome!
Natalie Hannans
57:58
Check your location.... they support community initiatives
Jorge Caballero
57:59
BestBuy has some awesome grants that will fund, staff and stock a makerspace
Heidi Wunschel
58:16
Yes it is usually a month or two in advance for a Walmart Grant
Omar Damluji
58:24
great info guys
Nate Ubowski
58:37
@Casey LOL!! 😂
Maria Nickel
58:41
I did apply to the best buy grant but they are all on hold for this contest due to covid , bummer
Omar Damluji
58:41
future is now :)
Javier Aguilar
58:42
Please share the Best Buy and Walmart grant links please :)
Sheelagh Spooner
58:43
this is great information
Natalie Hannans
58:47
@Omar yes.... Walmart does
Omar Damluji
59:08
merci @natalie and @heidi
Jorge Caballero
59:29
https://corporate.bestbuy.com/community-grants/
Heidi Wunschel
59:38
You go to the Customer Service center and ask to apply for the grant.
Javier Aguilar
59:42
Thank you Jorge :)
Jessie McKinley
59:44
GetEdFunding list many active grants https://www.getedfunding.com/c/index.web?s@tzxvI8Sco7cw.
Natalie Hannans
59:49
Google the Walmart site and apply based on your location.... even better to contact that local store manager and develop a relationship
Charlene Ross
01:00:00
thank you @ Jorge C.
Omar Damluji
01:00:19
great resources ! thanks for sharing
Marlene Marte
01:00:23
Thanks
Heidi Wunschel
01:00:29
Thank you so much for this training
Barbara Sehgal
01:00:29
Thank you!!
Alan Collard
01:00:32
Thank you Nick
Marcia Ferreira
01:00:32
Thank you!!
Jennifer Burden
01:00:33
Thank you Nicholas!
Claire Kelly
01:00:36
Thank you
Ben Paine
01:00:37
these stories / examples are very inspiring - I’d love to share them with our kids. Not just the technical side, but how the kids engaged & felt etc. Is there a place we can find these beyond this session please?
Jode Keehr
01:00:38
Thank you !!!
Jessica Dennis
01:00:39
Thank you so much for sharing!!
Rafał Wiśniewski
01:00:40
THX
Cassandra Ellis
01:00:41
Thank you!! Great information!!
Lindsey Langston
01:00:41
Thank you!
Charlene Ross
01:00:41
thank you
Marcia Ferreira
01:00:41
It was very encouraging:)
Nilesh Tiloda
01:00:46
Any recommendations to build drones?
Terry Highfield
01:00:47
Thank you for sharing your ideas and expertise!
Susanne Braun
01:00:48
Thank you, everybody! Great ideas!
Ann Albertson
01:00:51
Thanks
David Osorio
01:00:54
Thanks
Jorge Caballero
01:00:55
https://hackaday.com has some cool jumping off projects
Fadel Taha Anwar
01:00:55
Thanks Mr Nicholas
Veh Oulai
01:01:05
Thank you
Karl McCormack
01:01:14
thanks so much
Rachelia Pawluk
01:01:21
Thank-you, awesome webinar.
Natalie Hannans
01:01:25
https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/programs/aerospace-education/for-educators
Keith McCray
01:01:50
Thank you sir! This was great
cdowning
01:02:00
Great advice
Natalie Hannans
01:02:03
Sphero is just one of the STEM Kits available https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/programs/aerospace-education/for-educators
ARIEL JESPERSEN
01:02:17
@Ben the PBL Works website has some great examples and resources
Susanne Braun
01:02:18
We always say: Failure is always an option!
Fiona Wu
01:02:32
Not a teacher but a parent. Our kids usually give up too soon and sometimes even willing to just not submit the work at all…don’t know what to do about it.
Javier Aguilar
01:02:37
Failure is a learn process :)
Judith Lynn Canose
01:02:52
Making mistakes encourages and develops persistence!
Sheelagh Spooner
01:03:02
it’s hard for some parents realize that failure is ok sometimes
Tracy Harris
01:03:11
Growth mindset
Fadel Taha Anwar
01:03:14
We also say: Failure is not the end of the story, it is the start of the story
Ben Paine
01:03:15
Thank you Ariel!
Omar Damluji
01:03:16
mentors can be key as well
Noah Eiler
01:03:20
Any homechool grant links?
Natalie Hannans
01:03:23
Thank you for this training ......
Karl McCormack
01:03:24
resilience is so important to teach
Natalie Hannans
01:03:36
@Noah https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/programs/aerospace-education/for-educators
Maria Nickel
01:03:57
I would show examples of athletes and celebrities that failed but keep going : Ex: Michael Jordan, Astronaut Clay Anderson was reject 14 times before he got in as an astronaut. Show your kid the inspiration of trying
Erika Abdelaziz
01:04:03
Absolutely!
Omar Damluji
01:04:14
@maria good call
Fadel Taha Anwar
01:04:21
Absolutely!
Omar Damluji
01:04:22
and tesla, Edison, etc
Karen Schumacher
01:04:35
Thank you Nicholas for the presentation and all the participants for your wonderful links :)
Maria Nickel
01:04:37
space x dragon launch
Julie Campe
01:04:41
"The only true failure can come when you quit." Rosie Revere Engineer
Fadel Taha Anwar
01:04:42
Also Sega
Inae Riveras
01:04:47
any food/ garden/cooking ideas on PBL?
Javier Aguilar
01:04:51
Thank you for the presentation :)
Arjun Handa
01:05:03
Thank you for the presentation :)
Eleanna Liscombe
01:05:08
There are many YouTube videos on "famous failures" aka famous people who began their careers with failures.
Maria Nickel
01:05:19
cooking idea = how about create a meal for an astronaut on ISS ( NASA has a competition)
Jorge Caballero
01:05:28
garden- growing beans in different medium,
Erika Abdelaziz
01:05:33
Wonderfu @Maria!
Fadel Taha Anwar
01:05:50
I also use Rec Room As PBL because you make games
Henry Ramirez
01:06:00
@Rachelia P... Minecraft Education, fyi...https://education.minecraft.net/$5/license...
Erika Abdelaziz
01:06:07
Yes, assessment. That is so conflicting!
Andee
01:06:22
@Inae what about creating meals for people with food allergies or resource limitations (such as EBT)
Marcia Ferreira
01:06:37
I create a rubric focused on how the problem is assessed, creative solution, communication of understanding, etc
Javier Aguilar
01:07:10
Do you have a sample of your rubric that you use that I can use as for reference - please
Jackie Tan
01:08:26
I grade projects based on the 4 C's plus tool & material use. Communication & Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Tool & Material Use. Some projects will highlight 2 or 3.
ARIEL JESPERSEN
01:08:29
Here is an example of a rubric I used for a MS STEAM Explorations class—this was used during virtual learning: https://docs.google.com/document/d/15cFQIRSOntSXgCa_77iTVXUrr-XBn7HKci2-LxYUupY/edit?usp=sharing
Jessie McKinley
01:08:33
https://www.pblworks.org/ they have resources for PBL
Javier Aguilar
01:08:43
Thank you Ariel
Natalie Hannans
01:08:48
isn’t there a rubric tool for creating a rubric? I am not a teacher, but a Community Education advocate
Teresa Morgan
01:09:18
yes they are a life saver
Javier Aguilar
01:09:40
Sorry I need to leave for another meeting :)
Charlene Ross
01:09:53
Thanks AR
Henry Ramirez
01:09:54
@Natalie... if you use Google Docs... the Add-on, OrangeSlice, is great for rubric creation.
Fadel Taha Anwar
01:09:57
Bye Javier
ARIEL JESPERSEN
01:10:10
Also, I have lots of stuff to share for anyone who is interested. K-8 STEAM Integrator looking to grow PLN and always willing to share. I have ideas for virtual artificial intelligence content. You can find me on twitter @ayjespers if you need an easy space to communicate
Albert de la Riva
01:10:17
any documentation you could direct to to educate the school to have a makerspace?
Natalie Hannans
01:10:19
anyone have a website or link for rubric creation?
Celia Taylor
01:10:21
Thank you all for the great ideas.
Maria Nickel
01:10:47
https://www.rcampus.com/indexrubric.cfm
paul rayner
01:11:02
thanks
Erika Abdelaziz
01:11:04
Thank you Maria
David Osorio
01:11:10
Awesome rubric @Ariel. Thanks
Maria Nickel
01:11:21
http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php
Susan Bardenhagen
01:11:33
@Ari, thanks for STEAM rubric- excellent1
Kathy Jarret
01:11:39
@ayjespers - I will reach out for sure!
Charlene Ross
01:11:39
Thanks Maria N. I will look at these sites
Teresa Morgan
01:11:41
will Sphero put out more challenge cards so we can buy a deck of them to use for home based learning
Jessie McKinley
01:11:43
This was great! Love the conversations going on! Thank you Nicholas for the great ideas...
Erika Abdelaziz
01:12:06
Thank you for this webinar! IT was great :)
Maria Nickel
01:12:15
this was a super session
Michelle Acaley
01:12:17
French PBLs-- have kids translate Lafayette's speech in Hamilton and act it out in front of green screen.... Use Google Earth tour of Eiffel tower and have them describe it... Put together Louis the 14ths last meal...
Fadel Taha Anwar
01:12:22
I agree Erika
Erica Toribio
01:12:26
thank you very much
Juliet Williamson
01:12:34
thanks
Heidi Wunschel
01:12:36
Nice thank you so much
Eileen Koch
01:12:37
Thanks so much!
Natalie Hannans
01:12:42
Great .... thanks!
Charlene Ross
01:12:44
Thank you
Fadel Taha Anwar
01:12:46
THANKS NICHOLAS
bernadette fortenbaugh
01:12:46
thank you- fabulous!
Nilesh Tiloda
01:12:47
Thanks Nicholas!
Antonio
01:12:48
Applause...
Ben Paine
01:12:48
Thank you!
Karen Vera
01:12:49
Its awesome Thank You
Danielle Hammernik
01:12:50
Stick around to find out who are winners are!
Kim Borwege
01:12:50
Thank you!
Pedro Rodrigues
01:12:50
Thanks
Jessica Dennis
01:12:51
Thank you so much! Wonderful!
Andee
01:12:51
Thank you, very inspiring!!!
Filomena Miguel
01:12:51
Thanks!!
Cassandra Ellis
01:12:51
Thanks again
Fiona Wu
01:12:52
Thank you so much!!
Judith Lynn Canose
01:12:54
This was a wonderful presentation. Thank you for all the great ideas!
Eleanna Liscombe
01:12:54
Thank you!
Kelsey Genoways
01:12:54
Thank you!
Sheelagh Spooner
01:12:56
thanks
Sara Coleman
01:12:57
Thank you. Great info.
Kathy Jarret
01:12:58
Awesome - very inspiring!!
Teresa Morgan
01:13:00
awesome!
Erika Abdelaziz
01:13:01
I am already following the Nerdy Teacher! Thanks!
Imani Malaika-Mehta
01:13:02
Thank you all!
tin cheung
01:13:02
Thank you!
Lindsey Langston
01:13:03
Thanks!
Ann Orlando
01:13:03
Thanks
Christine Shriver
01:13:03
Great session! Thank you.
Cassandra Ellis
01:13:07
Thanks again! Great stuff!
Hector Lugo
01:13:08
Thank you !
Karen Schumacher
01:13:08
Thanks!!
Lori Granite
01:13:09
Thank you!
David Coulam
01:13:16
Thank you
Monica Pier
01:13:19
thank you!
Alan Collard
01:13:20
Thanks!
Kristján Ingi
01:13:21
Great webinar. Thanks.
Ann Albertson
01:13:26
Thank you so much!
Matthew Rutherford
01:13:26
Thank you!
Grant Frost
01:13:27
thanks great
Charlene Ross
01:13:28
Thanks everyone for your tips
Jode Keehr
01:13:31
This was great! Thank you. As a parent and educator/grad student.
Karl McCormack
01:13:37
thanks to everyone for sharing
David Osorio
01:13:42
Great session. Thanks a lot
Cynthia Peters
01:13:46
Thanks
Jennifer Burden
01:13:48
Congrats Mary and Jorge!
Susan Bardenhagen
01:13:48
@Michelle French pbl is so cool!
Pedro Rodrigues
01:13:52
Bye
Bryan Vanderkrieken
01:13:55
Thank you Sphero for this webinar.
Marlene Marte
01:13:58
Thank you
Noah Eiler
01:14:00
Thanks
Fadel Taha Anwar
01:14:04
Bye Everyone!!
Jorge Caballero
01:14:12
bye!
Susanne Braun
01:14:20
Thank you Sphero!