This post is to the community of dreamers, visionaries, and educators committed to using making as a liberatory practice in education. It’s for the people we have worked with to […]
Some of our current team members have written a reflection about their work at Maker Ed that they would like to share with the community. From Dora Medrano Ramos: While […]
Summer is here and we’re taking a much needed break. And while our office will be closed from July 1st until July 10th, we take the opportunity to uplift some […]
In this post, we meet Zahra Syed, She/Her, and she is Maker Ed’s Operations Manager. Tell us a little more about you. Hi! I am Zahra. Telling stories, relationships and […]
In this post, we meet Donaldo Almazan (he/him), an artist and engineer helping to create Maker Ed’s online community for makers and educators, which is launching this summer! Tell us […]
In this post, we meet Isabel, (she/her/hers) a positive and cognitive psychologist focused on bridging joy and play with community engagement and facilitation to build a fun, diverse, robust Maker […]
Tell us a bit more about yourself… I am an actress turned writer and educator. As a traveler, reader, and storyteller with a theater maker’s foundation, I consider myself fortunate […]
As I transition into a new role at a different organization, I am reflecting on what I am grateful for and proud of from my time with this remarkable community. […]
This week, as we celebrate Learning in the Making’s first birthday, we have two incredibly special posts featuring Linda Le and Dora Medrano Ramos, who started Learning in the Making last year.
In this post, we chat with Dora: educator, math healer, undocumented immigrant, and big dreamer redefining who gets to be called a “maker” and what is considered “making.”
This week, as we celebrate Learning in the Making’s first birthday, we have two incredibly special posts featuring Linda Le and Dora Medrano Ramos who started Learning in the Making last year.
In honor of a year’s worth of amazing Learning in the Making episodes we talk with LITM co-creator, Linda Le: an educator, activist, eater, and maker of memories, meaning, and things.