We’ve been using iClips to record our Outdoor science learning this week @KnightsridgeEYC. All we need now is a new garden waterbutt. #ndlw19 #developingearlyscienceskills @wldigilearn pic.twitter.com/ZBaSFXvQ0s
— Gillian Olford (@GillianOlford) May 17, 2019
S1 to S3 from Douglas Academy were involved in a project to make Digital Step Counters using micro:bits. The pupils were given the brief and then used their initiative to create a step counter. We gave a few hints along the way but most of the work was their own. We had a lot of fun counting steps and getting competitive in class and outside in the sun.
A huge thank you to @LepperCameron who joined us this morning as part of @Founders4School for #NDLW19. He shared his digital journey with P3-7 and explained his skills, qualities and knowledge. #STEMChallenge @WL_STEM @wldigilearn @Schools_Digital @DigiLearnScot @WLCDYW pic.twitter.com/kA1Zx9cRMh
— PUSCPS (@PUSCPS) May 15, 2019
Many thanks to @Founders4School and @PUSCPS for a brilliant day. Amazing to see so many young bright minds engaged with the exciting world of STEM. @Founders4School pleasure was all mine. https://t.co/rmmeEkiNTq
— Cameron Lepper☁️ (@LepperCameron) May 15, 2019
Thank to volunteer @LepperCameron for inspiring students @PUSCPS during National Digital Learning Week #NDLW19 #skillsforwork #careers@DYWWestLothian https://t.co/grArdUUtzb pic.twitter.com/Px4KBl1YA7
— F4S Scotland (@F4Sscotland) May 15, 2019
After discussing how 3D printing is used in science and technology Primary 4 logged on to TinkerCad to make 3D nameplates. They then watched in amazement as the 3D printer made their creations.