Class of 2016 Demonstrates Tool Use Through Interpretive Dance- They Nailed it!

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The MSEL Engineering Class of 2016 demonstrates tool use through interpretive dance. They nailed it! 😉

Oropallo

Oropallo

My passion is learning. I love learning new things and educating people; witnessing people’s confidence grow after learning they can invent, design, and create is a tremendous reward. My purpose as an educator is to highlight the importance and benefits of hands-on experiential learning, to promote creative thinking and problem solving, and to improve engineering technology design education in schools. I like to connect my students’ projects with the general community. I teach practical projects that provide real life experiences. Hands-on education and community involvement is essential to a holistic education and community. Experiential learning is about making connections, forming relationships, and collaborating together to create possibilities. Creativity, imagination, and innovation are all products of hands-on collaboration. BIOGRAPHY

8 Responses

  1. dahlyah says:

    This is funny, creative idea!

  2. juliettas says:

    Really cool video!

  3. avaa says:

    Oh my gosh, I love it

  4. jonathanw says:

    I was professional photographer on this, give me some love. Spread the love. #reggaeshark #worldpeace

  5. anapaulav anapaulav says:

    a class of great dancers

  6. Patrick Shami Patrick Shami says:

    This was so funny!!

  7. angeliquea says:

    Stop.. Hammer time!

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