Tag Archives: maker movement

ISTE 2015: Highlights, Takeaways, Things to Use and Follow-Up On

A mega-surplus of resources for inspired kids to positively impact their world. GUEST COLUMN | by Mark Gura It’s been a few days now since the big event in Philly, and while I would have loved to have posted the … Continue reading

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Making Learning Fun

The family that makes together learns together. GUEST COLUMN | by Heather Weiss and Gregg Behr When families wander into MAKESHOP, they are greeted with an inviting array of electronic tools, circuitry, sewing needles, and saws. Educators at the Children’s … Continue reading

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A Place for Human Ingenuity

Make It @ Your Library brings DIY to your local branch. GUEST COLUMN | by Karen Howard It would be fair to say that the last time many of us stepped inside a library would be during our college years. And … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Educade

Math and science are no longer boring subjects for students thanks to Educade, a new interactive learning portal developed by GameDesk. Educade is a one-stop shop for K-12 teachers and parents, pairing a free lesson plan library with 21stcentury teaching tools. Funded by AT&T, … Continue reading

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Trends | Invent to Learn

Now here’s some cool summer reading. Capturing the excitement of the maker movement and sharing the educational case for bringing making, tinkering and engineering to every classroom in America and beyond, education and technology pioneers Gary Stager and Sylvia Martinez … Continue reading

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