Learning Team 19:4 - Summer 2016

April 19, 2016
Wanna make something out of it?

Wanna make something out of it?

The maker movement and student learning

Maker movement brings tinkering and technology to everyone

What is the maker movement and why is it important?

Seven-hour turnaround

Remaking the meaning of school

Students get techy with textiles

As we leap ahead through all the latest technological trends, it is important to hold on tightly to the great technologies and values we already have.

It’s a revolution

A core component of the maker movement is a newfound ability to access instant industrial technology.

7 things you should know about makerspaces

A makerspace is a physical location where people gather to share resources and knowledge, work on projects, network and build.

Tips for parents

Gary Stager's tips for parents interested in getting involved in the maker movement.

Create a makerspace for kids

Lance Akiyama, a San Francisco-area maker and author of Rubber Band ­Engineer, has some advice for setting up a makerspace for children at home.