When trying to collaborate, co-design, teach and assess lessons with a maker focus in the library learning commons, we have developed what we like to call a "4 Part Lesson Approach".
As a teacher librarian, I often help facilitate part of the lesson process but do not necessarily get to see all the learning from "Minds On" to "Let's Connect and Reflect". Today, however, was one of those magical days that I did. (Thank you for today's learning Meaghan Hopkins!)
Students had a variety of building tools to work with: large and small paper rolls, plastic piping , paper cones, and PVC corner pipes.
Each student group was given an iPad to document their progress. Students were encouraged to curate their learning in a Pic Collage design where they uploaded pictures of their drain and labelled the angles used.
(I absolutely love their group name!!!)
Personal Reflections about Today's Learning: