I’m leading a Teach21 professional development workshop this morning, Introduction to Sewable Circuits. Here’s the description for the morning plan:
Let us explore the A in STEAM by designing sewable (and wearable) circuits! By adding the Arts to traditional STEM goals, (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), we can embrace design, creativity, and integration. Let’s discuss interdisciplinary possibilities while creating a light-up wristband using a coin cell battery, conductive thread, and LEDs.
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We made bracelets with sewable circuits in our @teach21c workshop this morning. #MakerEd #edtech pic.twitter.com/BlVy3WWNU5
— Karen Blumberg (@KarenBlumberg) June 21, 2016
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