Reflections from Maker Ed Staff
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 […]
Meet Zahra Syed – Weaving Light into Making
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 […]
Math Affirmations: I Am a Mathematician
Practicing positive affirmations is a way for us to heal our math anxiety in order to build our math confidence and resilience! Find an affirmation that speaks to you (or write your own!) Keep it somewhere you see regularly. Say the affirmation to yourself and repeat it often, especially when you notice a negative thought start to appear. It might seem difficult at first, but over time, you can build a positive math identity and you will be able to see yourself as a thinker and doer of math!
Maker Education can (and must) meet this moment
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, […]
Maker Corps 2016 at The Poth Branch of Wilson County Public Libraries
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 […]
Maker Corps 2016 at The Science Zone
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 […]
School Makerspaces: Building the Buzz
School Makerspaces: Building the Buzz http://www.edutopia.org/blog/school-makerspaces-building-the-buzz-lisa-yokana
February Open Make @ The Tech: Flight!
Bridget Rigby reviews Open Make @ The Tech: Flight! on Saturday, February 16, 2013.
Announcing: Milton Fisher Scholarship for Innovation and Creativity
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 […]