MakerSpace

Ring in the New Year with a Good Read

Ring in the New Year with a Good Read

My last week of winter break begins today and all I can think about is the enormous stack of books that is currently sitting on my desk – books that have been collected since September and have gone unread while work and extracurricular duties (and just life!)...Read more ›

Makin’ and Creatin’

Are you looking to start a MakerSpace at your school or in your classroom? Do you need resources and guidance to get started? Or maybe you have a MakerSpace and are looking for ideas on how to make it better. The folks at MakerSpace for Education have you covered....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 ›

Giving Our Students Freedom

Some of the common things I hear when I tell someone I teach middle school include: “Oh, I’m sorry,” “Why?” and my personal favorite, “Let me buy you a drink.” I’m not saying that I don’t relate to all these comments at some point in the school year, but I also am...Read more ›
TLC Ninja: Tammy Lind Brings Makerspaces into the Classroom

TLC Ninja: Tammy Lind Brings Makerspaces into the Classroom

Tammy Lind believes that maker is an innovative mindset that both teachers and students should have, and she prefers having the makerspace in the classroom instead of in the library or a specialized room. She explains why and talks about her district began using...Read more ›
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