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Makerspace Starter Kit
The Daring Librarian: Makerspace Starter Kit
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5 Makerspace Books You Need to Read -
There’s so many amazing books coming out now related to starting a school makerspace, and many of them are fantastic. But for this post, I want to take a look back and focus on the five books that had the biggest... Read More ›
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How to Run an AWESOME After-school Makers Club - Renovated Learning
How to run an AWESOME After-school Makers Club | I've run an after-school Makers Club at my school for the last two years. Learn my tips on setting norms and routines, balancing guided projects & free time, building in reflection and sharing your projects with the world.
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Maker Education Can Improve Student Learning
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Introducing MakerSpace
Welcome to MakerSpace
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Maker Faire Founder Dale Dougherty On The Past, Present, And Online Future Of The Maker Movement
Maker Faire Founder Dale Dougherty On The Past, Present, And Online Future Of The Maker Movement | Fast Company | Business + Innovation
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Maker Faire Founder Dale Dougherty On The Past, Present, And Online Future Of The Maker Movement
Maker Faire Founder Dale Dougherty On The Past, Present, And Online Future Of The Maker Movement | Fast Company | Business + Innovation
Maker activities are engaging and offer students opportunities to develop creative thinking and problem-solving skills. But how do you use them to teach traditional subjects? Here are four ideas and several resources to get you started. Projects For Kids, Teaching Science, Movement Activities, Steam Science, Stem Learning, Digital Literacy, Stem Education
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Maker activities are engaging and offer students opportunities to develop creative thinking and problem-solving skills. But how do you use them to teach traditional subjects? Here are four ideas and several resources to get you started.
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The Promise of the Maker Movement for Education
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The Maker Movement in K-12 Education: A Guide to Emerging Research
The Maker Movement in K-12 Education: A guide to the emerging research
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The Maker Movement in K-12 Education: A Guide to Emerging Research
The Maker Movement in K-12 Ed: A Guide to Emerging Research
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Makerspace Resources
Makerspace Resources | RenovatedLearning from @DianaLRendina
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Maker Ed is a 'WAY' not a 'THING.'
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21 Classroom Things Worth Purchasing from the Dollar Tree
KindergartenWorks: 23 classroom things worth purchasing from the dollar tree, Genius!
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Best 2015 Videos: STEM, STEAM, and Maker Education Theme | User Generated Education