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Friday, May 16 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Is Educational Technology Living Up to the Promise of Mindstorms? (Will the Maker Movement Push Constructivism to the Next Level?)

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In 1980, Seymour Papert wrote Mindstorms. He used the term, “Bricolage,” to describe an activity that mashes together different technologies, trying, failing, and re-trying until something interesting results. In a 2011 TED Talk, Dale Dougherty, the founder of Make Magazine, says we are all makers. Makers are all about the tinkering. Making is bricolage revisited with new technologies. This talk reinterprets the vision in Mindstorms by applying it to the process of making to learn.

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Robert Sargent

Teacher, Waits River Valley School


Friday May 16, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
GBTC 217

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