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International Dot Day with our Teachers and Students in Vietnam

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Each year Bob Barboza creates what he call a STEM dot.  It is using the visual arts to support science.

Each year Bob Barboza creates what he call a STEM dot. It is using the visual arts to support science.

One of the most creative people I know is Peter Reynolds.  He is an artist that inspires me. When he came up with the idea of having an international Dot Day, I loved his idea.   Every draws a circle and you pot whatever you want in that circle.  You can use pencils, pens, paints, crayons or anything else to get your ideas on paper.   If you do a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Dot.  I want you to send it to me and I will feature it on Kids Talk Radio Science.

You can send you dot by e-mail to Suprschool@aol.com.

I want you to send it to me at Kids Talk Radio.

Celebrate Creativity,
Courage & Collaboration!

Imagine the power and potential of millions of people around the world connecting, collaborating, creating and celebrating all that creativity inspires and invites. I hope you will join the growing global community of creativity champions using their talents, gifts and energy to move the world to a better place.

Sign up now and celebrate Dot Day on or around September 15-ish – and be sure to share your news, photos, art and videos with us!

Peter H. Reynolds

Peter H. Reynolds

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Author: Kids Talk Radio

Bob Barboza is an educator, STEM journalist, software designer and founder of The Occupy Mars Learning Adventures and the Barboza Design and Space Centers. He leads a team of scientists, engineers and STEAM++ educators. They are training students to become Jr. astronauts, scientists and engineers. His team provides internships and workshops in STEAM++ and the integration of Common Core State Standards and Next Generations Science Standards. Contact information: Bob.Barboza@Gmail.com

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