This year I was chosen as a Classroom Maker Ambassador for my region of Michigan. As part of this, we had one day of training in an area of our choice. It was not only an opportunity to learn more about the Maker Movement but also to interact with other Maker Ambassadors and make connections. Imagine my surprise when a friend from high school was there. We learned about reverse engineering (something I plan to use later), got to play with several items available through REMC, and even got some parting gifts (free Magformers anyone?) Our day was spent engineering and having a great time.
That's Elementary Explains is a teacher with almost 2 decades of teaching experience and a technology degree who is still trying to figure out the new and unexplained.