We’re so pleased and thrilled that we’ve been able to continue offering maker educators a unique opportunity to connect in person, at an event focused on making and learning, and in May 2017, we hosted our 3rd annual Maker Educator Convening.
Making Spaces Toolkit: Crowdfunding to Support Making in Schools Making Spaces Toolkit
In the middle of March 2017, Daniella Shoshan and Stephanie Chang criss-crossed the globe to run professional development workshops in Singapore. Here, they reflect on their experiences.
Galileo Makers curriculum
The Promise and the Promises of Making in Science Education http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03057267.2016.1275380
Maker Ed guest post: Makerspace College Admissions Essay https://makered.org/guest-post-makerspace-college-admissions-essay/
Edutopia: Schools That Work: Case Study: Albemarle County Public Schools https://www.edutopia.org/school/albemarle-county-public-schools
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Thinking about spending a few inspiring fall days in Pittsburgh? We did! Along with approximately 60 other educators, administrators, practitioners, and even a few researchers—from K-12 and higher education, we offered a second Open Portfolios workshop last week on Nov 15–16, 2016 in the grand city of Pittsburgh. The sun was shining, and we gathered together […]
Coming off the heels of a successful Open Portfolio Workshop in Pittsburgh last week, we are thrilled to announce the official release of “A Practical Guide to Open Portfolios“! A guide that’s been 10 months in the making, drawing inspiration and concrete insights from educators and researchers in K-12 and higher ed alike, the guide distills some […]