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.
Be sure and check out the Earl Center's Tumblr, featuring voices from students who work at and use the Earl Center. The most recent post by Cayla Lemire, Wheelock '17, describes her process in designing and creating (on the Earl Center's 3D printer!) an automatic door button that is more suited for service and guide dogs.
Welcome the Little Bits Synth Kit to our collection! This really cool kit allows you to make music without the use of instruments. Even if you're not the most musically inclined person, it's almost impossible to mess up. You just click the circuits together, attach it to the power module, and begin playing. Another way to be creative at Wheelock!
The Earl Center will be hosting an Hour of Code lunch and learn on Friday, 12/9, from 12:30 to 1:30. Bring your lunch and the Earl Center will supply drinks and chips. Hour of Code started as a non-profit organization and website headed by Hadi Partovi. Its purpose is to Continue Reading