Maker Corps 2015 at Great Lakes Science Center

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Maker Ed is thrilled to welcome Great Lakes Science Center as a returning Maker Corps Host Site in 2015. For the third year of Maker Corps, Maker Ed will collaborate with more than forty organizations to host Maker Corps Members throughout the summer to bring maker activities and approaches to the communities that they serve. Below is a […]

Maker Corps 2015 at Arkansas Discovery Network

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Maker Ed is thrilled to welcome Arkansas Discovery Network as a new Maker Corps Host Site in 2015. For the third year of Maker Corps, Maker Ed will collaborate with more than forty organizations to host Maker Corps Members throughout the summer to bring maker activities and approaches to the communities that they serve. Below is a glimpse into […]

Maker Corps 2015 at Wilson County Public Libraries

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Maker Ed is thrilled to welcome Wilson County Public Libraries as a new Maker Corps Host Site in 2015. For the third year of Maker Corps, Maker Ed will collaborate with more than forty organizations to host Maker Corps Members throughout the summer to bring maker activities and approaches to the communities that they serve. Below is a glimpse into […]

Maker Corps 2015 at MAKESHOP at Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

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Maker Ed is thrilled to welcome back MAKESHOP at Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh as a Maker Corps Host Site in 2015. For the third year of Maker Corps, Maker Ed will collaborate with more than forty organizations to host Maker Corps Members throughout the summer to bring maker activities and approaches to the communities that they serve. Below […]

Open Portfolios: Survey of Makerspaces, Part II

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Maker Ed’s Open Portfolio Project‘s maker site survey was intended to gain a better understanding of the landscape of maker programs and makerspaces, specifically around their portfolio practices and goals. Our sixth research brief, Survey of Makerspaces, Part I, provides an overview of the surveyed educational spaces, including information on whom they serve and their maker programming. Our seventh and newest research […]

Maker Ed Goes to Washington: A Multi-Perspective Look at the White House Maker Faire

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On Wednesday, June 18th, 2014, several members of the Maker Ed team were in Washington D.C. to attend the first-ever White House Maker Faire. In this post, each shares his/her own account of and reflections from the day: Lisa Regalla, Interim Executive Director The most powerful thing about the White House Maker Faire to me was the […]

Maker Ed Launches Campaign To Create and Expand Nationwide Network of Youth-Oriented Makerspaces

PRESS RELEASE Maker Ed Launches Campaign To Create and Expand Nationwide Network of Youth-Oriented Makerspaces Partners with Autodesk, Cognizant, FIRST, Intel, Maker Media, and US2020 to Support Access to Nearby Makerspaces for Every Child in America Oakland, CA, June 18, 2014: Announced at this week’s White House Maker Faire, the Maker Education Initiative (Maker Ed) launches […]