It’s back-to-school time, and one of the best ways to get excited about the new school year is to engage colleagues and/or students in a making activity! Making is an awesome opportunity to get adults and youth excited, have them engage a “hands-on and mind-on” approach.
We are so excited to announce that we’ve selected 5 new Regional Hubs to join the Making Spaces Program!
We are so excited to be launching our second season of Ask a Maker Educator! For season two, we’re going to be making some exciting changes to the series’ format that we think will give you more opportunities to connect with our amazing guests.
“Spotlight on…” is a blog series by Maker Corps. This edition features advice on using electronic textiles in makerspaces!
“Spotlight on…” is a blog series by Maker Corps. This edition is a Spotlight on Creative Reuse.
Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio, our guest author and a member of the bipartisan Maker Caucus, discusses the 21st Century SHOP CLASS Act and how it will invest in maker education, making, and teacher training.
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.
In this blog post, Techbridge CEO Nikole Collins-Puri, discusses the mission of the organization, why including girls from low-income communities in the maker movement is necessary, and how lip balm is relevant to STEM exploration and achievement.
As this year’s Week of Making comes to a close, we are excited to publish our first annual Maker Promise report, which shares what we have learned about the state of making in schools and how this is shaping our efforts.