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  USU STUDENTS CONDUCT RESEARCH THROUGH AUGMENTED REALITY AND INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING   A Utah State University research study has been conducting workshops for children to examine how they learn through making. The kids participating in this research have the opportunity to play games and create through AR, or augmented reality.

USU STUDENTS CONDUCT RESEARCH THROUGH AUGMENTED REALITY AND INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING

A Utah State University research study has been conducting workshops for children to examine how they learn through making. The kids participating in this research have the opportunity to play games and create through AR, or augmented reality.

  L.E.D. LAB STUDENTS RECEIVE DEPARTMENT AWARDS   Several members of the L.E.D. Lab were recognized for their outstanding work during the 2017-18 school year by the Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences Department.

L.E.D. LAB STUDENTS RECEIVE DEPARTMENT AWARDS

Several members of the L.E.D. Lab were recognized for their outstanding work during the 2017-18 school year by the Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences Department.

  STITCHING CODEABLE CIRCUITS: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ LEARNING ABOUT CIRCUITRY AND CODING WITH ELECTRONIC TEXTILES   Learning about circuitry by connecting a battery, light bulb, and wires is a common activity in many science classrooms. In this paper, we expand students’ learning about circuitry with electronic textiles, which use conductive thread instead of wires and sewable LEDs instead of lightbulbs, by integrating programming sensor inputs and light outputs and examining how the two domains interact.

STITCHING CODEABLE CIRCUITS: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ LEARNING ABOUT CIRCUITRY AND CODING WITH ELECTRONIC TEXTILES

Learning about circuitry by connecting a battery, light bulb, and wires is a common activity in many science classrooms. In this paper, we expand students’ learning about circuitry with electronic textiles, which use conductive thread instead of wires and sewable LEDs instead of lightbulbs, by integrating programming sensor inputs and light outputs and examining how the two domains interact.