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Griffin is working hard to put together a programmable prosthetic finger. His Q.E.D. is to eventually create an entire programmable arm, including a hand and five fingers. Griffin’s question is, “Can I create a fully functional robotic arm?” In order … Continue reading
The Robotics Challenge in sixth grade science came to end today with the competitions in both the excavator and race track challenges. The boys did a great job building and programming some very slick robots. The video below features the … Continue reading
The boys in Graphics and Multimedia took on a project this semester where they had to recreate the Fessenden campus using the C.A.D. program Google SketchUp. They did a great job putttin together some of the famous Fessenden landmarks, many … Continue reading
Mr. Banister (5th Grade Science) is starting 2014 off with a new resolution….to totally flip his classroom. He has worked hard to have his popular bird unit totally flipped for the boys when they return from Winter Break. The boys … Continue reading
Fessenden started a program called Q.E.D. in 2012 that provides an opportunity for our students to explore innovative learning based on their own passions, interests, and talents. During this endeavor, boys will practice creativity grounded in purpose and the iterative, … Continue reading
During Help and Work on Friday the boys were feverishly trying to get their robots to successfully navigate the course. The competition begins on Wednesday. As you can see from the video there is plenty of work to be done. … Continue reading
These guys completed the hour of code! Congratulations!
The boys at Fessenden added a new twist to a classic game. Using a Scratch created Pacman game and turning over the stools in the science lab, they made a collaborative version of Pacman thanks to MaKey MaKey.