Welcome (or welcome back) to our first activity!
This week we invite you to share a childhood object with the community.
Read Seymour Papert’s essay on Gears of My Childhood and think about an object from your childhood that interested and influenced you.
What was special about it? How did it affect the way you think and learn?
Reply to this post to share a photo and short description of your childhood object.
If you want to try a different way of sharing and interacting, we suggest you to post your object in this experimental Google Slides deck (instructions on how to use it are inside).
If you have already done this activity in the past, you could pick a different object from your childhood, or reflect more on the same object you shared in the last round of LCL. It would be nice to see how your thoughts are evolving through different LCL iterations!
We look forward to read about your childhood objects!