Makers of Color sharing their stories about the importance of diversity in making and maker education. #MakersOfColor A curated Makers Of Color playlist is available at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNzMzi6xJyxQRIzZIDhWaDonb4Hh2ni6U Suggestions for videos to add to… Continue reading
Reflection on creating a sustainable makerspace through entrepreneurship.
Howdy! I’m at ISTE in San Antonio, Texas. I’ll be collecting together my posts/videos/tweets about the conference in this post. I’ll also be directing new friends here. If you see me, be sure… Continue reading
Anyone that follows me on social media is probably well aware that my Hidden Figures – Friendship 7 model is up for Top Educational Model in FormLabs 3D Design Awards powered by Pinshape. (Vote… Continue reading
I’m very excited to announce the NoVa Maker Educator Meetup at Maker Faire NoVa on March 19, 2017.
Are you a Maker Educator, new or experienced? Are you interested in including making into your classroom? Do you want to network with fellow Maker Educators? Maker Faire NoVa is excited to present its first NoVa Maker Educator Meetup at their Faire on March 19, 2017.
The essential question that drives my work as a FabLearn Fellow.
How do we scale up Maker Education to reach all students?
I’m working with Super Star Social Science educator Andrea Relator, @AndreaRelator, on a Mystery Artifact project. Over the last 2 days, we kicked off the project with 4 of her classes, taking approximately 45… Continue reading
Snap-on delivered big time today with the donation of a rolling tool chest to the Dominion High School Makerspace. The custom maker tool chest was one of the prize for winners of the US… Continue reading
Introduction The 1960s Civil Rights Movement sought to end segregation and discrimination against African Americans. One of the largest political rallies of the Civil Rights Movement was the March on Washington for Jobs… Continue reading
A common question I hear from fellow maker educators is, “What’s in your makerspace?” My school is one of 10 winners of the US Department of Education’s CTE Makeover Challenge so my answer is… Continue reading