I recently certified with the PADI Open Water Course in the Andaman at Lacadives in Chidiyatappu. I had done a discovery dive in Maldives a year ago and loved it. So I did not think too much and I assumed that I was not scared and very capable of becoming a certified diver, yet, I … Continue reading Diving: PADI open water
Since I watched Ann-Marie Thomas’ Ted Talk (find it here), I am hooked to Squishy Circuitry! this is sooooo much fun! and I love to make those circuits with preschoolers. It brings the makerspace and the tinkering mindset into early years, awesome! I have created this video in order to share my enthusiasm for such activities, … Continue reading Squishy Circuits – Getting started Guide
I am sharing this after a few months of delay. I had been working on this Chibitronics mural as part of the Lesson Plan contest of Chibitronics (and received the 3rd prize). I would like to share my iteration in the design. Of course, I didn’t do it right in one go and I like … Continue reading Chibitronics Mural ~ Light up your thinking!
I have had the privilege to meet Justin Medved, Technology and Learning Specialist at the York School in Toronto. Sylvia Duckworth had recommended that I met him since I was in Toronto for a few more days. I am grateful I did as Justin not only shared his story integrating technology with meaning but also inspired … Continue reading Justin Medved’s Innovation journey ~
Chibitronics announced their lesson plan winners! If you want to have a look at my Lesson Plan, click here. Lesson Plan Contest – chibitronics Congratulations, Winners! We asked educators to share lesson plans that incorporated our stickers, state education standards, and learning objectives. We’re proud to announce our three winners, and will sharing their lesson plans … Continue reading Third Prize Winner ~ Chibitronics Lesson Plan
We don’t need no education …. While this is extreme, it’s interesting to explore self-directed learning. Here is a webinar I conducted as part of the Google EDU conference on Air: