After three years of service to our organization, Warren (Trey) Lathe has resigned from his position as Executive Director of Maker Ed. Maker Ed continues to evolve since its founding five years ago, and we are grateful for Trey’s guidance over the last three years.
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Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio, our guest author and a member of the bipartisan Maker Caucus, discusses the 21st Century SHOP CLASS Act and how it will invest in maker education, making, and teacher training.
In this blog post, Techbridge CEO Nikole Collins-Puri, discusses the mission of the organization, why including girls from low-income communities in the maker movement is necessary, and how lip balm is relevant to STEM exploration and achievement.
As this year’s Week of Making comes to a close, we are excited to publish our first annual Maker Promise report, which shares what we have learned about the state of making in schools and how this is shaping our efforts.
Nathan Mook, a Social Studies Department Chair and a 7th-grade classroom teacher, is using street art as a vehicle for students to explore and understand important issues facing their generation.In this post, Nathan shares his story of how and why he developed the program.
As a physics teacher at Harding Senior High, the largest Title I high school in Minnesota, I never thought I’d have to kick my students out of class or tell them they had to go home by 5 p.m. But as our school moved towards building projects with our students, this “problem” grew as well.
Our Maker VISTA program focuses on overcoming poverty through maker education. Maker VISTA members serve at partner sites around the country to impact organizations and the wider community. Read more about what our Maker VISTA members are accomplishing this month…
At Bethune Middle School VISTA members have worked to make making happen–and make making meaningful to makers. Find out how two years of Maker VISTA partnership has developed the maker community at this middle school.
Maker VISTA members don’t do it all alone. They all have amazing mentors and supporters guiding them through their year of service. Meet Toutoule Ntoya Ed.D from LAEP, one of our Maker VISTA champions!