The Earl Center for Learning and Innovation supports the academic and professional experience of the Wheelock community and serves as a resource for current and future educators, social workers, and child life professionals within Wheelock and across Boston. Together with the Library, we provide a rich, well-rounded set of resources for both research and practice.
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MaKey Makey is a circuit board electronics kit that was invented by John Silver and Eric Rosenbaum, based on research at MIT Media Lab. Each box includes one MaKey MaKey, one 5ft USB cable, 7 Alligator clip cables, and 6 connector wires. MaKey MaKey works on Windows, Mac, Chromebook, and on many versions of Linux.
Who doesn’t love a service dog, right? I’ve always been curious as to how these guys (and gals) are trained to be such incredible creatures. They can pick things up that are the size of a dime, they can predict medical incidents (like seizures) up to 24 hours in advance, Continue Reading
Earl Center for Learning and Innovation
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
Mare Parker O'Toole
Assistant Director, Earl Center for Learning & Innovation