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Elsewhere, Beyonce throws shade at Spotify. Not only is she a shareholder in Tidal (as well as being married to its owner), she passed up millions of dollars by giving the company exclusive streaming rights to her 2016 album “Lemonade.” She references this in the lyrics to “Nice”: “Patiently waiting for my demise/ 
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The album seems to function as the last installment in a sort of marriage trilogy that began with Beyonce’s 2016 album “Lemonade ” and her widely discussed stories of infidelity, continued with Jay’s tales of contrition on his “4:44” last summer, and apparently reaches a happy ending with “ H1369 Womens TopHandle Bag Braun One Size Rieker Womens Top-Handle Bag One Size Rieker 8u64JeJ5
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Here is an example from three 5th graders’ book the Three Islanders:

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Reader’s theater scripts were written in a scripting format using a Word program. Students practiced reading their scripts and then created a podcast using a web tool such as http://vocaroo.com/ or https://soundcloud.com/ . See ReadWriteThink’s Readers Theatre about the logistics of creating one.

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The maker movement has the opportunity to transform education by inviting students to be something other than consumers of education. They can become makers and creators of their own educational lives, moving from being directed to do something to becoming self-directed and independent learners. Increasingly, they can take advantage of new tools for creative expression and for exploring the real world around them. They can be active participants in constructing a new kind of education for the 21 st -century, which will promote the creativity and critical thinking we say we value in people like Steve Jobs. Learning by Making: American kids should be building rockets and robots, not taking standardized tests

When a kid builds a model rocket, or a kite, or a birdhouse, she not only picks up math, physics, and chemistry along the way, she also develops her creativity, resourcefulness, planning abilities, curiosity, and engagement with the world around her. But since these things can’t be measured on a standardized test, schools no longer focus on them. As our public educational institutions continue down this grim road, they’ll lose value as places of learning. That may seem like a shame, but to the members of the growing DIY schooling movement, it’s an irresistible opportunity to roll up their sleeves. School for Hackers: The do-it-yourself movement revives learning by doing.

For the past two weekends, I facilitated a three part/three day maker education workshop, From Puppets to Robots , at the Santa Fe Children’s Museum. It was a small group ranging from a pair of 7 year girl twins to a few 8th grade boys. All of the parents and kids expressed extreme satisfaction – see the photos below for some evidence of their involvement.

Some of the reasons I believe the maker workshops were successful include (list still in progress):

I have always been a hands-on, experiential educator, but I made a few observations about STEAM and Maker Education during the workshops over the past few weekends. Maker Education, as I observed, has the following characteristics:

The prop transitionAppear was added to ReactCSSTransitionGroup in version 0.13 . To maintain backwards compatibility, the default value is set to false .

However, the default values of transitionEnter and transitionLeave are true so you must specify transitionEnterTimeout and transitionLeaveTimeout by default. If you don’t need either enter or leave animations, pass transitionEnter={false} or transitionLeave={false} .

It is also possible to use custom class names for each of the steps in your transitions. Instead of passing a string into transitionName you can pass an object containing either the enter and leave class names, or an object containing the enter , enter-active , leave-active , and leave class names. If only the enter and leave classes are provided, the enter-active and leave-active classes will be determined by appending ‘-active’ to the end of the class name. Here are two examples using custom classes:

In order for it to apply transitions to its children, the ReactCSSTransitionGroup must already be mounted in the DOM or the prop transitionAppear must be set to true .

The example below would not work, because the ReactCSSTransitionGroup is being mounted along with the new item, instead of the new item being mounted within it. Compare this to the Getting Started section above to see the difference.

In the example above, we rendered a list of items into ReactCSSTransitionGroup . However, the children of ReactCSSTransitionGroup can also be one or zero items. This makes it possible to animate a single element entering or leaving. Similarly, you can animate a new element replacing the current element. For example, we can implement a simple image carousel like this:

You can disable animating enter or leave animations if you want. For example, sometimes you may want an enter animation and no leave animation, but ReactCSSTransitionGroup waits for an animation to complete before removing your DOM node. You can add transitionEnter={false} or transitionLeave={false} props to ReactCSSTransitionGroup to disable these animations.

When using ReactCSSTransitionGroup , there’s no way for your components to be notified when a transition has ended or to perform any more complex logic around animation. If you want more fine-grained control, you can use the lower-level ReactTransitionGroup API which provides the hooks you need to do custom transitions.

ReactTransitionGroup is the basis for animations. When children are declaratively added or removed from it (as in the example above ), special lifecycle hooks are called on them.

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