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'''Manipulatives (toys)'''
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-legos 
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-robotic legos
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-cardboard boxes
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-bubble wrap
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-wooden blocks
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-wooden science oriented toys (telescope, microscopes, stethescopes)
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-wooden molecules, double helix
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'''Activities'''
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-scratch based computer games
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  -scan a sketch n animate it
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-cardboard box imaginarium
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   -cities & homes
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   -things that go (fast) rocket ships, cars, light cycles
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   -stores and lemonade stands
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-theater of squishy
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   -obleck: cornstarch n water
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   -gack: borax and glue
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-paleolithic tech
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   -fire from friction - bow drill method
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-video with special fx
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-stop motion movie
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   -character design
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   -costuming
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   -set design
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   -lighting design with LEDs
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   -scriptwriting
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   -editing
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-soldering
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-whittling with sharp knives ;)
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-creating density columns
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-astronomy telescopes - navigation from stars, astrolabs, compass
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'''Art supplies'''
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-glitter
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-house made playdoughs (glow in the dark)
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-markers
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-Popsicle sticks n tongue depressors
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-pipe cleaners multiple colors and in glitter
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-crayons (house made)
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-butcher paper
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-protractors, rulers, compasses
  
 
'''SCIENTIFIC PROCESS'''
 
'''SCIENTIFIC PROCESS'''

Revision as of 20:07, 5 January 2013

This is the project page for Education-related activities at Sudo Room. Please feel free to add ongoing activities, meetings, readings, groups working in similar areas, and any other ideas.



Local Relevant Organizations:

One Laptop Per Child - San Francisco

Partimus - providing computers and Free Software system administration support to several San Francisco Bay Area schools.

DIY.org's skills

Manipulatives (toys) -legos  -robotic legos -cardboard boxes -bubble wrap -wooden blocks -wooden science oriented toys (telescope, microscopes, stethescopes) -wooden molecules, double helix

Activities -scratch based computer games

  -scan a sketch n animate it

-cardboard box imaginarium    -cities & homes    -things that go (fast) rocket ships, cars, light cycles    -stores and lemonade stands -theater of squishy    -obleck: cornstarch n water    -gack: borax and glue -paleolithic tech    -fire from friction - bow drill method -video with special fx -stop motion movie    -character design    -costuming    -set design    -lighting design with LEDs    -scriptwriting    -editing -soldering -whittling with sharp knives ;) -creating density columns -astronomy telescopes - navigation from stars, astrolabs, compass

Art supplies -glitter -house made playdoughs (glow in the dark) -markers -Popsicle sticks n tongue depressors -pipe cleaners multiple colors and in glitter -crayons (house made) -butcher paper -protractors, rulers, compasses

SCIENTIFIC PROCESS

1. ) State the problem : concise accurate terms that describe the problem

2. ) Research : Find research or related research that has been done previously on stated problem

3. ) Observation : Use accurately calibrated tools to describe the process of the problem

4.) Hypothesis : a tentative idea about how to solve the problem

5. ) Experiment : test the hypothesis unbiasly

6. ) Analysis : record all of the steps and results of the experiment

7. ) Conclusion : compare hypothesis to the conclusion