by David Hamilton, Director of Programs
We are excited to launch a new super-short video series called, “Designs in 90 Seconds.”
At EXPLO, we believe making is a critical skill. In making these new videos, our goal is to share one resource with you in less than a minute and a half. Some weeks, like this one, we will show you how to put together a teaching tool you could use as manipulative with your students or your faculty. Others, we’ll share our take on concepts central to the current and future state of education.
First up, a design for an adaptable, low-cost mobile (you can build this for less than $3). Use it to kick-off your next lesson on Newton’s Laws of Motion or to better understand the kinetic work of Alexander Calder. Let us know what you think. All the materials you need are in the list below.
Laser Cutter Plans: mobile hooks (1)
No laser cutter?