Make Way for Ducklings

The classic children’s book Make Way For Ducklings by Robert McCloskey provided inspiration for a workshop at the LEGO Learning Symposium 2016. Led by the EDGErs, the workshop was intended to provide participants with an opportunity to explore some intermediate to advanced tools and techniques relating to the LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 platform, including: Bluetooth communication between EV3 bricks Proportional controls […]

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LEGO Engineering Symposium 2016 and Teacher Awards

Planning is under way for the return of the LEGO Engineering Symposium in 2016, the first since 2011. The first LEGO Engineering Symposium was held at Tufts University in Boston in 2007, and provided classroom teachers with the opportunity to inspire and support each other in how to use LEGO products to foster engineering in […]

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I no longer go to school to teach, I go to play!

I no longer go to school to teach, I go to play. I have become a coach and a tinkerer – not a teacher. Coaching students to think, solve problems, and ask questions; encouraging them to think outside the box, experiment, and tinker. Imagine, Create, and Engineer – a motto we live by in the […]

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LEGO Engineering Symposium 2009

The 3rd Annual LEGO Engineering Symposium was hosted by the Center for Engineering Education and Outreach at Tufts University on June 1-2, 2009. Under the theme of “LEGO Engineering for Girls: Building a diverse learning environment with LEGO”, the symposium offered a series of presentations and hands-on development labs to nearly 90 participants over the course of […]

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