to make with arduinos
journey from learner to educator
In this episode of the podcast, we talk with local
digital artist and educator Rachel Hooper about how
she got started learning and teaching with arduinos,
tiny programmable micro-controllers that are becoming
increasingly popular in school makerspaces.
Oh, and we were locked in a bathroom in the Burlingtong
Generatorspace. For acoustic reasons.
(Never let your travel microphones out of your sight,
grade ecologists building an eco-machine at The
some 7th grade ecologists who are partnering
with UVM on a food sustainability project for
were lucky enough to sit down with three of
the four members of the ecological design
team who explained what an “eco-machine”
actually does, along with some of the
challenges in building one to support food
sustainability for the entire school,
with some of the challenges in building one from
spare parts and diagrams.
Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education is
supported by funding from the
Richard E. and Deborah L. Tarrant Foundation