Format: Stories & Examples
The Makerspace Playbook
Starting a makerspace can be daunting, whether it’s finding a facility and equipment, engaging community members, accessing funding, or dealing with liability, etc. The Makerspace Playbook aims to make it […]
Grounded in Community: How SpectrUM Discovery Area Supports Making for Rural and Tribal Youth in Montana
This rich interview with a hands-on museum in rural Montana shines light on how to support making and learning programs for rural and tribal youth.
From the Creators of Learning in the Making: Live!
In this essay, Dora Medrano Ramos and Linda Le share why they created Learning in the Making, an online video series that serves as a powerful response to the persistent […]
Learning to Be Brave and Breathe: An Interview with Reyna Hamilton
In this interview, Maker Ed chats with Reyna Hamilton: a versatile educator, maker, and tinkerer; Manager of School Programs at UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science; and guest host on […]
Culturally Responsive Continuous Improvement
In this article, High Tech High GSE’s Director of Liberation, Dr. Michelle Pledger, describes how she is turning continuous improvement into an instrument of liberation.
TODOS: Mathematics for ALL Podcast
This podcast records conversations with educators committed to equity and high quality mathematics education for all students—in particular, Latina/o students.
Tla’amin Basket Weaving: Coding and Indigenous Teaching
This teacher blog post details a rich hands-on activity that integrates coding and indigenous basket weaving, replete with links to additional resources and contexts.