We would like to share a brilliant example of our Makey Makey Lending Library Kit in use in classrooms with Year 3-6 students at St Mark’s Primary School in Victoria. Teacher, Anthony Speranza, shares project ideas, implementation and assessment advice in his blog post. Anthony writes:
“Makey Makey together with Scratch is a wonderful combination of tools that can be used to create all sorts of nifty solutions with students, as well as teach the basics of circuity, conductive materials and algorithms. Whilst we have used Makey Makey and Scratch on a small scale at my school before (commonly during Genius Hour projects), this term we have used the CSER lending library so we could teach components of our Digital Technologies Curriculum (Victorian) to all students in Years 3 to 6.”
We were thrilled to see the amazing projects and innovative ideas being created by Anthony’s students and we were also humbled to receive a lovely surprise card in our returned Makey Makey Kit created by the students at at St. Mark’s Primary School in Dingley, Victoria, Australia. Thank you!
To read Anthony’s post, implementation processes and to explore the exciting project ideas that you can try in your own classroom visit Anthony Speranza’s blog post.