Kimberly Baars is a Design Technology & Robotics educator. Her innovative teaching methodologies have been shared in forums such as Ulearn, Nethui and KiwiFoo in NZ, and is an active social media provocateur. She writes and advocates for a constructionist maker approach of learning-by-doing, encouraging creative curiosity in learners and gender equity in the Technology classroom.
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