Just wanted to say that this class totally rocked.  I had so much fun
tapping into parts of me that I would have only "wished I could do" had I
not had the weekly prompts that were set up for me to "Stop Wishing and
Start Making"  which lead to my final project of building a 3D printer so I
could 3D print parts that I combined with LilyPad eTextile components to
create  Maker Name Badge. Not sure what they have planned for this upcoming
semester,  but here is a link to my Class Journal which is filled with
pictures,  videos, and text of what the journey was for me.

Lucie deLaBruere

On Fri, Dec 5, 2014 at 12:35 PM, Caleb Clark <[log in to unmask]
> wrote:

> Our own Bryant Patten, this year's Frank Watson Outstanding Technology
> Educator Award winner, is teaching an online Making in Education class
> <> at
> Marlboro's EdTech program.
> UVM rate, 3 grad credits. Starts Jan 9.
> Bryant and I have designed this class based on what we learned when I
> taught it last year. Folks on this list such as Lucie, Bryant, Eric Hall,
> Will B. and a few others were students. Really though, we all became
> teachers and students. We learned that we could learn making online by
> meeting local makers, and using Moodle for video documentation of projects
> and to stimulate reflection and a rich support network.
> This year Bryant and I are adding a project based design that allows for
> both beginner and advanced folks to be in the same class.
> Ask Bryant any questions at: [log in to unmask]
> Course info:
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> *Caleb Clark*
> Faculty Chair, Teaching with Technology MAT
> Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies.
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