Education is a political space, and it is dangerous to think of education as neutral. The transition into 2021 did not cure a global pandemic, deep racial injustice in America, unprecedented unemployment, and a political landscape that allowed for a violent insurgency against democracy in the name of white supremacy. As calls for unity and […]
Maker Ed chats with Jake Montano: a lover, fighter, spirited learner, and guest host on Learning in the Making: Puppets!
Maker Ed is so excited to welcome The Poth Branch of Wilson County Public Libraries as a Maker Corps Partner Site in 2016. In its fourth year of programming. For the fourth year of Maker Corps, Maker Ed will collaborate with more than forty organizations across the globe to host Maker Corps Members throughout the summer to […]
Maker Ed is so excited to welcome The Science Zone as a Maker Corps Partner Site in 2016. For the fourth year of Maker Corps, Maker Ed will collaborate with more than forty organizations across the globe to host Maker Corps Members throughout the summer to bring maker activities and approaches to the communities that they serve. Below is a […]
School Makerspaces: Building the Buzz http://www.edutopia.org/blog/school-makerspaces-building-the-buzz-lisa-yokana
Bridget Rigby reviews Open Make @ The Tech: Flight! on Saturday, February 16, 2013.
December 5, 2012, by Jessica Margolin Do you know a talented young “maker”? Specifically, a student who has: solved an artistic, scientific, or technical problem in a new or unusual way come up with a distinctive solution to problems faced by his or her school, community or family created a new group, organization, or institution that […]