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A STEM project my students worked on this year.

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Cool Video about coding!

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A push for F2F instruction? Interesting. Looking for the original article.

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Flipped Classrooms in Seattle.

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Now this is a great climbing partner

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THE MANY POSSIBILITIES OF A 3D PRINTER IN DIFFERENT INDUSTRIES

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Hi:

My name is Jerry Reed and I teach computer programming at Valencia College in Orlando Florida. I am particularly interested in Physical Computing ("Programming for REAL Reality"), having taught a Special Topics class in it, and in attempting to embed real world sensing and control projects into my other programming classes. I'm a big fan of Arduino and TI microcontrollers and of course, of the Raspberry Pi.

I look forward to learning a lot more about the mechanical and constructional aspects of projects from folks in this community.

Thanks.

My name is Jerry Reed and I teach computer programming at Valencia College in Orlando Florida. I am particularly interested in Physical Computing ("Programming for REAL Reality"), having taught a Special Topics class in it, and in attempting to embed real world sensing and control projects into my other programming classes. I'm a big fan of Arduino and TI microcontrollers and of course, of the Raspberry Pi.

I look forward to learning a lot more about the mechanical and constructional aspects of projects from folks in this community.

Thanks.

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Ever wonder why fractals are called "fractals"? It's because they have "fractional dimension". This idea comes from noticing that when you scale a 2-dimensional object up by a factor of 2, its area increases by a factor of 4, but when you scale a 2-dimensional Sierpinski triangle up by 2, its area increases by a factor of 3. With a normal 2D object, if you scale it up by a factor of 3, you'd increase the area by a factor of 9, but when you scale a 2-dimensional Koch snowflake up by 3, its area increases by a factor of 4. So fractals don't behave like normal objects. They behave as if they have fractional dimension.

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