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How to build Paper Stomp Rockets

Building paper stomp rockets can be a fun way to engage students and your kids in learning about experimentation, designing by iteration, and aerodynamics.  Let me put extra emphasis on fun!!  My kids have really loved this build.    In anticipation for a local arts, technology, and maker festival in Macon, GA, I wanted prepare a small project

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Reflecting on NASA Coding for Teachers workshop

Over the weekend, we had the opportunity to present a coding for teachers workshop at the NASA Regional Educator Resource Center (RERC) at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, GA and had a blast!  Our team had a wonderful time coaching teachers on using code.org, Scratch, and maker tools in the classroom.  To the

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5 Tools for Robot building, Android and JavaScript

Using Android, JavaScript, and Arduino to control your robot. DroidScript 8 Resources for Building Your DIY Robot DroidScript: Building Simple Android apps using JavaScript 10 Free Resources for Learning JavaScript and HTML5   Top posts on InspiredToEducate.NET 5 DIY Projects Involving Lego, Arduino, and Motors Easy Data Visualization with Google Charts and JavaScript Learn To

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Real Impact Center of Macon: Changing Lives Through STEM education

Real Impact Center of Macon, an organization dedicated to helping young ladies gain exposure and proficiency in STEM skills, offers a number of summer camp experiences and fun/engaging workshops through out the year.   I have had the pleasure of getting to know the Real Impact team and students through SparkMacon makerspace.    Our organizations

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What Everybody Ought to Know About Make-End: Macon’s Maker Festival

Make-end is an art and technology festival sponsored by College Hill Alliance showcasing the talents of artists, clothing makers, computer programmers, costume designers, crafters, DIYers, engineers, entrepreneurs, furniture designers, gadget makers, game designers, graphic designers, metalworkers, robot creators, scientists, technologists, and woodworkers. Middle Georgia Makers across the region will be exhibiting their products, services, and

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Top 10 Posts on InspiredToEducate.NET

5 DIY Projects Involving Lego, Arduino, and Motors 8 Resources for Building Your DIY Robot using Arduino, JavaScript, and Raspbery Pi Easy Data Visualization with Google Charts and JavaScript Learn To Build Your Own Conversational Robot using ChatScript DroidScript: Building Android Apps using JavaScript Benefits of Teaching Kids to Code that No One is Talking

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Minecraft Coding with ComputerCraftEdu #code #makered #edtech

Hi. As I was researching new ways to improve our Minecraft coding workshop coming soon, a friend of mine asked me to check out the ComputerCraftEdu MOD.   ComputerCraftEdu empowers young coders to control small turtle robots in your Minecraft world.   These little programmable robots can do many of the jobs a normal player

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Using Android, JavaScript, and Arduino to control your robot. #makered #javascript #android

Let’s say you want to tinker with making a robot controller on your Android device, but you don’t have a lot of time to learn Java.  Perhaps you just love JavaScript and want to write Android Apps.   In our maker education programs, we enjoy introducing students to JavaScript since the language helps students go

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Moving Your DIY Robot using Arduino and Servos

Interested in building your own Arduino robot? For me, it has been a fun project to do with my kids. We built our first the robot using the PiBot robotics kit. Additional iterations utilized Legos, Sumobot Jr, cardboard, and other materials around the house. It’s fun to invent your own chassis and designs. Using some

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Sumobot Jr: Fun Open Source Robot Kit using Arduino and JavaScript

Looking for a fun weekend project? The Sumobot junior is a fun open source robot kit using Arduino and JavaScript. If you already own an Arduino, this kit can be an inexpensive way to tinker with robot building. (i.e. about $50)   Since the plans for the chassis are open source, you can customize the

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