Month: August 2018

The Inaccessibility of Making, Tinkering & Coding — Part 2

The Inaccessibility of Making, Tinkering & Coding — Part 2

Gamified Coding…Still Not Enough Braeden has done “hour of code” for the past two years at school and aside from “coding minecraft” which he found kind of trivial compared to actual minecraft, it just wasn’t his thing. I even bought a BB8 sphero, which he had no...Read more ›
The Maker Movement Meets Literacy

The Maker Movement Meets Literacy

The maker movement is all about making learning meaningful through creating new solutions. Some of you may say to yourself, “My school doesn’t have a makerspace,” or “I don’t have time!” I am here to share that you can design maker experiences while meeting California...Read more ›