Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 at 12:49pm
To all my @IS34 Parents & Students we are live! Please check your emails on PupilPath for your STEM class codes! Full tutorials for setting up your google classroom accounts & the software we will be using at home are included in the email. Be sure to click all provided links! https://t.co/4Uyv3yFesJ RussosRoom photo
Sunday, February 16th, 2020 at 8:13pm
Upgrading all the stabilizers on my custom #DropCTRL w/ Zeal’s Cherry plate mount gold stabs & lubing all my Kailh Box White switches w/ Krytox 205. It’s like spring cleaning for your kbrd. What are you up to on this Sunday?? https://t.co/v1uLQ0ij51 RussosRoom photo
Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 at 5:45pm
Our @IS34 #UAU #GirlsInSTEM are working hard on #upcycling our old PCs for a new upcoming project in our STEM classes! Lots of hard work to do, but our girls are up to the task!! https://t.co/Prr5Mi6epm RussosRoom photo
Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 at 12:50pm
Our @IS34 7thGr #makers are prepping for our Catapult Challenge, where they’ll have to create a catapult of their own design & calculate the distance & precise angles needed to siege the castle! #STEMeducation #PhysicsInAction https://t.co/a5vzUHP0yp RussosRoom photo
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“The traditional model is that the teacher imparts knowledge to the children, but if there aren’t enough teachers with the knowledge, why not let the kids teach themselves? Give them a basis to start with and let them try stuff out. There’s no getting stuck––only creativity in looking for the best path forward. The new generation is incredibly resourceful in finding information, and we as STEM facilitators need to aim in supporting them in whatever situation they encounter. Coding, designing, creating, building, discovering and troubleshooting are all parts of what it means to be in a STEM class. STEM isn’t about showing them how to do something, but empowering them with the right tools to create and discover it on their own.”

Mr. Russo