By Mary Twitchell
Considering the fact that 1973, Storey's state knowledge announcements have provided sensible, hands-on directions designed to assist readers grasp dozens of kingdom residing talents fast and simply. There are actually greater than a hundred and seventy titles during this sequence, and their awesome attractiveness displays the typical hope of state and town dwellers alike to domesticate own independence in way of life.
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Of course, just because something is playful doesn’t mean that it is also easy. As an educator, I have always found that one of the tricks to getting kids (of any age) to work really hard is to help them have fun while doing it. "1 These criteria map nicely to what we’re seeing in the maker movement. Most makers make because of their own personal interests and the pleasure of bringing their ideas to life. Similarly, many makers’ projects are never truly “finished,” but rather in a constant improvement process.
Archimedes’ principle: what did Archimedes write? So I figured, you come up with these great names, go and find out what they wrote. Instead of trying to learn what they did. A great genius spent his whole life writing Principia, and we’re supposed to read one paragraph about it? I’m no genius, I’m no Isaac Newton, but somehow I’m supposed to learn and understand and appreciate his work, from one paragraph in an elementary school book that talks about Newton on one page, and the next page is how to put pins in frogs, and the next about what electricity is?
India, Noah, and Asa Hillis are the children of Danny Hillis (see Figures 2-4 and 2-5). Danny is a pioneer in the field of computer science, particularly parallel processing, and we’ll look at his own youth in Chapter 8. Given that Danny founded a computer technology company prior to the births of his children, I expected his children (all talented makers) to tell stories of a high-tech childhood. Instead, I was regaled with tales of rabbits, treehouses, hand tools, and low-tech mischief making.
Easy-to-Build Bird Feeders (Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-209) by Mary Twitchell