FSA - Adira's Project Group | MIT J-WEL

FSA - Adira's Project Group

 

Schedule for this week's Project Module Time

Tuesday: Introduction to Scratch and Microbit
Introduction to Scratch, an visual programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations.
The BBC micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that encourages kids to learn basic coding and programming skills. The Microbit features 25 LED lights, sensors ,and programmable buttons, which can be used for developing projects.
Wednesday and Thursday: Fun with Satellite Module
Activities in this module include designing a space mission badge, using google maps to develop a data driven story, and building a mockup of a cube satellite out of cardboard and programming a micro:bit to collect data.
Friday: Guest Speaker (end at 1pm)

Who am I

Hi everyone! Welcome to my group! This is a space for all of you to explore your curiosity, so don't be afraid to ask a question or reach out at any point.

I just graduated from MIT with my bachelor's degree in Materials Science and Engineering. Despite living in Massachusetts most of my life, I'm currently in Colorado, where I'll be starting my Ph.D. this fall. I love doing all kinds of crafts, from knitting to metal casting! I also have two cats who might make an appearance throughout the next couple weeks. I'm excited to get to know you guys!

 

How to contact me:

email: abalzac@mit.edu
phone: 978-760-9135
 

Project Group Norms

We'll take some time to workshop these! But for now, here are a few preliminary norms for us all to follow:  
  • Be respectful to one another
  • Learning is a process; don't be afraid to make mistakes 
  • There are no stupid questions -- ask anything!
  • Raise your hand (physically or with the Zoom reaction button) if you wish to speak 


 

Project Group Link

Project Group: Monday - Thursday, 1pm -3pm
Zoom connection information: https://mit.zoom.us/my/abalzac


 

 


 

Rocket Chat

If you've never used it before, this is rocket.chat! You should be able to log in with the same information you used to log into JWEL. Your first task is to try sending me a message here!