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This webinar features educators Molly Adams and Lou Buran, who have been implementing paper circuitry work with their young people in the classroom. Molly, an English Teacher at A. Maceo Smith New Tech High School in Dallas, TX spoke about her work combining STEM and literature, using circuit-building as a springboard for interest-driven learning experiences that range from journaling to robotics. Lou, a teacher in Northern California, has begun programming circuit stickers. They were joined by David Cole of CV2 and NEXMAP, an Educator Innovator partner.

Guests for this webinar included:
Molly Adams, teacher at A. Maceo Smith New Tech High School and teacher-consultant at North Star of Texas Writing Project
Lou Buran, teacher and teacher consultant at Northern California Writing Project
David Cole, CV2 and NEXMAP
Paul Oh, National Writing Project senior program associate

Live Chat Archive
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Resources
NEXMAP
21st Century Notebooking
21st Century Notebooking G+ Community
Hack Your Notebook Day Webinars
Circuit Scribe
Jie Qi
Jie Qi Circuit Sticker Sketchbook
Pursuitery.com session with Lou Buran and Howard Rheingold
Programming a Microncontroller
NEXMAP Paper Circuitry Materials
NEXMAP Educator Resources
Molly Adams’Slideshare, “Illuminating Gatsby”
Arduino
Lou Buran’s Paper Circuit Class Write-Ups
Connected Learning Alliance

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