How to Sketch with Electronics: Leah Buechley

Posted: November 23, 2012 in Design, Education, Educational Technologies, Innovation, Inspiration, TED talk

Yesterday I posted about creativity and potential of thinking a little out of the square.  Here is a TED Talk that shows the result of thinking from the fuure back. That is thinking not by what constrains current concepts and practices but by what do we want to achieve.  Watching this has made me contemplate where these simple and flexible technologies can fit within education.  I am picturing obvious links with computer programming, electronic circuitry, but I am also imagining uses within storytelling, the dramatic arts, art, animation and design.  What fun could be had?

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