Thank you to St Leonard’s PS for sharing this video
Thank you to St Mark’s PS for sharing this video
Thank you Black Rock PS for sharing a presentation on how you’ve taught the students about Data through IoTKG.
Melissa Dioguardi, IoTKG Leader and Teacher at Our Holy Redeemer PS invites families and locals to help install 9 Biofilta Food Cubes.
Melissa wastes no time in inserting the soil moisture probe provided by Monash Uni.
These Food Cubes are state of the art wicking beds made from recycled chip packaging. They use much less water than traditional gardens and should be a great investment as the school take a summer break.
Here is the old vege patch. It will be interesting to compare yields from each garden.
A huge thank you to Anthony Speranza of St Marks PS Dingley and Adam Littlehales of Black Rock PS for sharing how they are applying IoTKG in their own schools.
Students at St Marks PS have been studying water in Term 4. We were delighted to hear that our IoTKG moisture sensors were able to contribute to decision making that led to more efficient watering of their Kitchen Garden.
Many thanks to Marcus Mulchay for producing this podcast without any forewarning in our last collective IoTKG workshop.
Marcus, is a distinguished Digitech Educator and recipient of a Churchill Scholarship in 2017. He used this opportunity to visit Makerspaces in the US.
Marcus is also Winner of the DLTV Digitech Educator Award in 2018.