Students at Budd School enjoy their time spent in the library's new Makerspace. District Library/Media Specialist Mrs. Julie Seboe serves as the supervisor of this learning lab which was funded by a grant from the Hugo and Mable Young Foundation.
"Makerspace is a place where students gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials," said Mrs. Seboe. "The students use tools such as K'nex, Legos, Littlebits, Robots, duct tape and laptops. When working with robots, the students create a code in an iPad app in order to have the robots complete tasks around the library," she explained.
|Pictured is a Dash robot being controlled by an iPad.||These students discuss the best way to maneuver their Sphero robot.|
|This student enjoys working with K'nex, an American made construction building set. Here he displays a surfer and surfboard he created.|