flourish

2018.2 Olympics




2018.2 * iLearn open learner centered k-8 moocs * questions * e3 * teach engineering
tax prep * orlando

2019.2 * fll spruce creek jan 12 * laura jon jan 20-21 * bvi jan 22-30 * gat bd feb 16 * ]]http://pbl2018.panpbl.org/conference-registration/|pbl santa clara]] feb16-19 fri sat sun * swe igew feb 24 * john carolyn * st augustine sail week * lipton cup * lively truck * lyra * toronto

pbl survey * pbl stories

challenge interesting group visit event museum library resources * "yellow" collaborate expand * svc high school planning * outreach * bgc tutoring * FIRST * tax prep * sailing flying * 30 day challenges * Explore Volusia * Marine Discovery * MOAS * cis89a * sctechnogals * traci sc ladies adopt a pilot

e4k * e3 stories * resources * topics of interest to kids * teachers want need help format information * stem maker lab * portfolio communication * iterate improve * iLearn learner centered #LCInnovation * amy galaxy stem * questions essential qft focus

cbb * 2017.bst * tech steam art all independent * don't work with classroom teachers * very prescriptive minimal choice > more student directed * kindles for creation curation not just consumption

visit connect * Exploritorium * The Tech * Children's Discovery * Sacramento Railway Museum * Laura Fradin, CEEO Education Specialist, at laura.fradin@tuftsceeo.org Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) * FETC jan 23-26 orlando

flourish: 1. to grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way, especially as the result of a particularly favorable environment. 2. a bold or extravagant gesture or action.


2018.1 * 50,000 word book 1636 words per day - more interesting useful to be more deliberate develop course material

#OneWord2018 * @mrdearybury1 No. No to the haters. No to the time suckers. No to distractions. No to wasted time. No to procrastination. No to mediocrity. No to excuses. No to too much work. No to missing out on life’s beautiful moments. * @techamys Kind of cool that my word is yes and your word is no! * @plnaugle balance

As Musk says, “If something is important enough, you should try, even if the probable outcome is failure.”