Tag: Programs

  • Calling All Oakland Educators: Making As Healing Workshop

    Calling All Oakland Educators: Making As Healing Workshop

    Are you looking for ways to revive, restore, and reset as you move into summer? Join Maker Ed and Agency by Design Oakland in this day-long, in-person workshop where we […]

  • Introducing: MakerSphere!

    Introducing: MakerSphere!

    During the five years that our Maker Corps program ran, we learned a lot! The program evolved each year to meet the ever-changing needs of maker educators across the country, and now, we’re excited to be launching a pilot year of MakerSphere, new effort that takes into account all that we’ve discovered. Read more…

  • Maker Corps at The Exploratory in Culver City, CA

    by Jean Kaneko, Chief Tinkerer The Exploratory is pumped and ready for our 2nd year as a Maker Corps Host Site. The Exploratory is located in Culver City CA and […]

  • DIY Girls in Los Angeles, CA

    by Luz Rivas, Founder and Executive Director DIY Girls: Making, Playing and Exploring DIY Girls’ mission is to increase girls’ interest in technology, engineering and making through innovative educational experiences. […]

  • The Wonders of Cardboard & Caine’s Arcade Global Cardboard Challenge!

          Opal School Preschool students building and playing with cardboard: Photos by Steve Davee. Caine’s Photo by Nirvan Mullick September 19, 2012, by Steve Davee The power of […]

  • ‘Making It’ in New York City Classrooms

    Over the next two weeks we will be sharing posts related to presentations and workshops that will be happening at the World Maker Faire  in NYC on September 29 and […]

  • Education Highlights at the Portland, Oregon Mini Maker Faire

    September 18,2012, by Steve Davee This past weekend, the Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI) hosted Portland’s first Mini Maker Faire.  I was fortunate to participate as a Maker, […]

  • Ace Monster Toys Presents: Hacker Scouts

    Ace Monster Toys is a Hackerspace in the East San Francisco Bay Area dedicated to education, hacking, and maker culture. They are membership based group with regular free open-to-the-public classes […]

  • PDX Young Makers

    September 10, 2012, By Marie Bjerede In West Linn, Oregon, a group of kids and parents have established a Young Maker’s club that focuses on high-tech/low-tech Making such as e-textiles […]

  • MAKESHOP at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

    The Maker Ed blog is a place where we hope to highlight maker education work, in both formal and informal situations.  If you know of a program, place or person […]