LEARN brought their pop-up makerspace to Souvenir Elementary for a day of STEAM challenges. Grade 2 and 3 spent most of their day exploring, building, programming, creating, building, learning… Great fun!
LEARN visited Pontiac High School in Shawville, Quebec. We setup in the library and had many student groups come and spend time building, programming, and learning. It was a ton of fun, have a look below… SCRATCH GAME: Spaceships and
LEARN packed up its’ maker van and was off to visit Western Quebec schools this spring. Our first stop was at Dr. Keon in Chapeau, Quebec. We had two fun filled days of hard fun, exploring various STEAM challenges, from
LEARN spent three days at LJA working with the French teachers on oral interaction through an open ended “arti-robot” challenge. Students had to make a robot that drew by itself. Sounds easy? Have a look at the results. More Pictures
LEARN worked with the wonderful teachers at North Star Academy on developing a more open mindset in their classrooms. It was a fun filled morning of making, discussing and problem solving.
The LEARN Team presented the maker mindset to the Francophone sector at this year rendition of AQUOPS. We spent the day with 40 educators exposing them to new approaches, strategies and a variety of tools. We also challenged them with
LEARN spend two days working with the amazing students of Massey-Vanier High School in Cowansville Quebec. Our focus was on WOPT students and bring them a hands on STEAM experience. These students crafted, designed, built, explored, questioned, imagined, learned, glued,
LEARN and Edgewater facilitated the final exploratory day on electricity, delving deeply into circuits. The students were “shockingly” awesome. Students learned and played with all kinds of circuits, including making Bug Circuits, makey makey floor pianos, littleBits, paper circuits with
The LEARN team spent a day working with a the grade 6’s at Edgewater Elementary school. They loved Scratch games, artbots, circuit bugs, and E-Textiles. Every student succeeded and had an artifact to prove it. Great work Edgewater. The faces