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Literacy, Craft, Civic Engagement: A Paper Circuitry Project for L2P 2.0

This promises to be a great set of conversations about paper circuitry, creative learning, and the Letters to the Next President project hosted by the National Writing Project and KQED (http://letters2president.org/). Join us on 8/18, 8/25 and 9/8 for a three-part webinar on Educator Innovator. Presenters: +Jeannine Huffman +Kate Hodges +Molly Adams +Anna Marie Warren 

We've done a couple of preliminary conversations to provide some background on the work the presenters have done with paper circuitry. Molly, Anna Marie and Kate are ELA teachers who each are working with STEM-related projects and technology, walking the walk with innovation and integration. The conversations touch on some of the structural issues and opportunities for teaching and learning that accompany these kinds of projects.

Kate and Jeannine
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGGVLTEgeiA

Molly and Anna Marie
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKM05RgCC44

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Using paper circuitry, I created an internet connected book that illuminates some of my daughter's poetry. In case you may be interested, I created this Instructable to show the process I used. This is my first prototype; I plan to make others using different materials.

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How we do #circuitsonpaper

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Please support a 21st Century Guest Book! The Enchanted Book will will launch a crowdfunding campaign Saturday 10/1/16! Sign up for updates. 

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... I see where this is going this is a great idea!

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Advanced Paper Circuitry - a Notebook Sequence

Here's a short vimeo documenting the activities completed over a three-day PD this past June in Kodiak with AKTEACH. Been meaning to share more on that wonderful session. This walk-through tells an inspiring story.

While I sit at my desk performing system upgrades and updates... my mind ponders to the practical applications of Paper Circuitry. ART (and craft?) + Energy (solar?) + Circuitry [(a conductive metal) + (anti-corrosive coating)] + programming (Arduino?) + Hydroponics = hmmm? So my thought is being in rural AK and how so few fresh foods are up here... got me to thinking why can't these personal "greenhouses" have an artistic and tech-savvy flair to them? A probe that measures the pH... the moisture... the time of daylight vs night... an LED/LCD display... (inter/active) pictures like a sun or moon or rain... ALL done on the "cheap" yet so detailed... I think I have some kid's potential science project idea!!!

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Awesome paper electronics resource from Bryan Cera, including a DIY paper synthesizer :)
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