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5 years ago
Do you dream of breathing in and out the existence of a laptop? Do you want to sculpt a leather shoe layer by layer? Do you want a peek of the inside of daily objects? Animator Simon Gerbaud, with his stop-motion animation, satisfies all your wild dreams above. His destructive approach has some fresh implications on how we may better understand the essence of matter and how learning can be creatively interactive. Find out more about the animator, his installation and some other creators "destructive art"
5 years ago
Hi Friends, This Tuesday evening, Spring Lab students at Reel Works will premiere their films at Paley Center For Media. Their films are a fruit of 21-week creative and hard work. Presenting their final work after months of laughters and tears will be an emotional moment to all. I was a mentor in this Spring Lab. I got to see what an amazing community Reel Works is and the extremely committed educators and talented students, most of whom are underserved. Once they get the opportunity to grow, they blossom. Here are some fo...
5 years ago
On Wednesday evening June 17, Laura, Mason, Kate and I went to NYEdTech meetup at Knewton--International: You Say EdTech the Way We Say EdTech, featuring the following panelists who have rich experience working with clients overseas: Allison Lytton, Scholastic, @lilijing Andrea Tejedor, educator, researcher and consultant, @AStrategicShift Josh Robinson, Knewton, @Knewton The panelists shared their insights on the scenario of Educational Technology development and market in Middle East, Asia Pacific and Brazil and the trend and priorities in the field. The panelists stated t...