[First in a series of posts reflecting on my experiences at Constructing Modern Knowledge (CMK) 2018 in Manchester, NH. CMK is billed as “a minds-on institute for educators committed to creativity, collaboration and… Continue reading →
The Makerspace Starter Kit has been updated for 2018! Now in handy business card size for your next MakerEd workshop or professional development event. In three, ready-to-print formats that you are free to… Continue reading →
Problem: How do you deliver an effective MakerEd workshop with minimal materials and cost? Solution: A mini MakerEd workshop kit that costs under $3 per participant and uses simple materials for participants to explore… Continue reading →
I’m looking forward to the upcoming TCEA conference February 5-9th in Austin, Texas. I have been invited to be a featured presenter sharing what I’ve learned about maker education and digital fabrication over the… Continue reading →
In this VLOG episode, I share my 3D printer shame with you.
Marcos Navas @mrnavas shares his Maker Educator story at Maker Faire New York 2017.
Pam Moran, @pammoran, Superintendent of Albemarle County Public Schools shares her Maker school district story at Maker Faire New York 2017. Dr. Moran will be retiring in July 2018. http://www.nbc29.com/story/36479611/albemarle-county-schools-superintendent-pam-moran-to-retire
Peli de Halleaux (@pelikhan) from Microsoft, shows off his cardboard circuit research project during Make: Education Forum 2017 Learn more at https://microsoft.github.io/cardboard-circuits/
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 →
John Westrum, Vice President Afinia, showcases the 2017 product lineup to educators at the ISTE17 Expo.
A list of my top Maker Education events for the 2017-2018 school year. My top tip for convincing someone to sponsor your trip is to be a presenter.
I’ve been looking for maker educators that are using video to tell the story of making and makerspaces in schools and haven’t been having much luck finding any. (Please share links if you… Continue reading →