Me at home learning more about 3D printing, chisels and the awesomeness of dremel tools!
FIRST STEP – teach myself how to use Tinkercad and 3D Print
Dr Gary Stager is one of my educational superheroes
Design & Tech (Year 10) Solar unit – paper circuit cards, 2×1.5V solar panels, and student rapid prototypes (solar caravan & floating solar farms)
Makey Makey, Play-doh & Minecraft
Hosted by Graham Phillips (love him on ABC’s Catalyst)
Superhero Daughter Day 2017 at TechnologyOne, Brisbane.
Favourite game? Galaga!
I’m a Tech Girl!
‘Danosourice’ – a robotic forklift
This was a fun project, although it was a bit awkward to use & hold once it was completed.
Hummingbird group activity at EduTech 2016
My Twitter use graph
Ta da! Looks great in the evening
Track placer – driving over the track
Teaching 7 year old daughter x-y axis and basic coding concepts using Hopscotch app
Here is Tickle’s block-type code. It’s easy to drag & drop the ‘code’ bits and you basically have to sequence it in the order that you want things to occur. I created 2 functions which Tickle calls Events.
Makey Makey with a view!
MIT App Inventor
EV3 Robot Arm – turns, drops & lifts, and picks things up.
Game Developer Barbies
Pokemon at the school pool
‘Will shoot you if you walk in front of it Turret’ – military defence system
Me at the Brisbane Tech Girl Superheroes Showcase 2016
Lake McKenzie, Fraser Island
Track placer – robot that senses when there is a big gap/hole on the ground, places a bridge over the gap & then drives over it to get to the other side
Arduino & Processing
Danger Will Robinson, Danger!
I read this book over a decade ago; how we should parent, teach & work!
It was a lot of fun making a Bubble Flute with littleBits
8 year old daughter created her first simple circuit using conductive tape, battery & LED
Son presenting his program at a CoderDojo in 2013
‘Robbit’ – boom gate system
Unicorns are real, they are!
pneumatic movement to make the puppets mouth open & close
Superhero Daughter day at Microsoft
Tickle has a button on the bottom-left that shows you the Swift code (Apple). I was NOT able to maximize the screen & I was not able to save it easily into a separate file = annoying!
EV3 Colour Sorter uses the colour sensor and then delivers the block to the correct cup.