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by Eric Schoembs, Edmunds Middle School educator Last week Dan Treinis and I each received Maker Bot Replicator 2s, underwritten by the Tarrant Institute. We are working in parallel to roll out the new technology with our middle school students at Edmunds and Hunt Middle Schools. We began last week by introducing the technology to […]
Susan Hennessey was on hand with her iPad camera to record the Oasis team at Hunt Middle School, in Burlington, going 1:1. A huge thank you to the Oasis team teachers and students for letting us be part of their journey. Hunt Middle School is a partner of the Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education.