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Hi Dr. DiBlasi,

 I have had the absolute pleasure of implementing your Disney STEM project to my 5th grade enrichment group.  I have never had students more engaged in a project!  In an attempt to really make the PBL authentic.


I was hoping that there may be a place we can upload our ride designs and models for a “submission”?  I realize that you have no affiliation with Disney but it would be great if we could really send our ideas someplace to be accepted (i.e. photographs of our models, our drawings and written ride descriptions).  Please let me know if such a thing exists!!  I am so psyched to do this project again next year.


 Thank you so much for your hard work and dedication on this amazing project!


Imagineering Classrooms: Design a Theme park Attraction - P.B.L/ S.T.E.M. Lessons

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       What's the Maker Movement and Why Should I Care?

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       How the Maker Movement is Transforming Education

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       Makerspace in Education

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       Makerspace Moments: Creativity and Science with LEGOs (TPiB Lego Challenge Ideas)

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       What is Genius Hour? Where did the idea come from and how did it start? Why do it?

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       24 Unique Maker Education Resources For Teaching & Learning

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       Minecraft in the Classroom Teaches Reading and More

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       Why arduino is great for the classroom

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Steve Alcorn (Retired Disney Imagineer/Engineer) has provided a 80% discount to mydisneyclass- on his On-line "Theme Park Design Class"


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The code provides 80% off of $299, or $59 for your students. The code is  DEALORL


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Steve Alcorn – Retired Disney Imagineer/Engineer has been kind enough to provide us a  DISCOUNT TO THE “Theme Park Design Class”.


Class outline:

If you want to design theme parks for a living, here's the class that shows you how! It's a fun class for everyone. Your instructor, Steve Alcorn, helped design Epcot. Since then his company has provided designs for thousands of attractions worldwide. In Theme Park Design you'll explore:

  • Art Direction

  • Story Writing

  • Themed Architecture

  • Ride Control

  • Show Control

  • Audio and Video

  • Lighting

  • Mechanics and Hydraulics

  • Animatronics


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