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Let’s make seats in school.  No really, let’s do it.  If you teach a class — any class — and you want to build WikiSeat into your curriculum, then let us know by (EDIT) Thursday, October 18th, 2012, by noon o’clock-ish.  Next week, we are launching a Kickstarter to get crowd-funded …

No way.  Today has easily been one of the greatest days I’ve ever experienced in a classroom.  The students did it.  They knocked this one out of the park.  I couldn’t be more proud, and to be honest, surprised, at the work that was turned in today.  We had a …

by Sean Wheeler It’s working.  The first four Wikiseats have come in and the kids are rocking it so far.  The Wikiseat above was created by Analise.  Here’s what she said in her Wikiseat Manifesto two weeks ago, just as she was about to actually start real work on the project: “I …

This past spring I stumbled onto an interesting project designed by Nicolas Weidinger called, Wikiseats.org. Nic explains the project by writing,  ”A Wikiseat is a three legged stool that is built by hand. Each WikiSeat starts with a Catalyst that acts as a central support structure. The creator of a WikiSeat has the freedom to gather materials …