Internet Catalogue. During our Education Underground Workshop at Microsoft thoroughly enjoyed "The Garage" visit and Science Fair that featured makerspace activities. My Makerspace - #MakerEd Mavens @nathan_stevens@DianaLRendina @geekyteach @NMHS_lms @NikkiDRobertson@ellyssa @jaymesdec@LindseyOwn @mtechman@designmaketeach@technolibrary@makerjawn@elissamalespina@travislape@MakerSylvia@ARosheim@abbewaldron @swhitmer_edu @thomascmurray @tieandjeans @ajpodchaski @imcraddock@lblanken @mistermcintosh @buffyjhamilton@jenniferlagarde@smartinez@venspired @adriennegifford @jsambuca@heidinelt @gravescolleen@wagongrrl @LFlemingEDU@DrJacieMaslyk@scitechyEDU @tashmoonyc @plemmonsa@lamarlibrary@terrieichholz @ShaneAbell@Mambule14 Forget the Mall. These Days, Teens Go To Library Makerspaces @EdSurge 5 Considerations for Designing Makerspaces – @djakes 5 steps for creating a custom makerspace Genius of Making: 5 Ways to Mash-Up Genius Hour and Your Makerspace @ajjuliani.
Follett Learning, MakerSpaces in Your Library. Sheets - create and edit spreadsheets online, for free. Resources: Makerspaces and Hackerspaces. MakerSpace: The Online Community for Makers. MAKE STEAM: Giving Maker Education Some Context. As an experiential educator who has fully embraced technology as a means for allowing and facilitating learner voice, creativity, innovation, inventiveness, the Maker Education movement fits into my vision about what a good education entails. I have been blogging and presenting about Maker Education – see But recent discussions with other educators and administrators made me realize that the idea of maker education is often vague and seems unrealistic in terms of regular classroom instruction.
As such, in the future, I am going to associate and discuss Maker Education in the context S.T.E.A.M. – science, technology, engineering, arts (including language arts), math, hopefully, encouraging regular classroom teachers to integrate maker education projects into their classrooms. What follows are some resources and articles I compiled to provide educators as part of this discussion. Like this: Like Loading... Makerspaces - Makers in the Library - LibGuides at Pine Hill School. This is the "Makerspaces" page of the "Makers in the Library" guide. Alternate Page for Screenreader Users Skip to Page Navigation Skip to Page Content Admin Sign In Library » LibGuides » Makers in the Library Makers in the Library Last Updated: Feb 2, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates Activities to teach the design process Comments (0) Links to maker sites Makerspace Tools Making/Design Thinking Exploratorium Makey Makey Paper 3D Printing - Makerspaces Makerspace Power Point by Kristin Fontichiaro Exploratorium "Snack" Projects Link to Great Makerspace Projects for the Classroom Makerspace Articles Transform your library Professional Development Themes and Projects PBS Design Squad Design Squad Powered by Springshare; All rights reserved.
</span></div> About Us | Blog | FAQs & Help All Categories Cart Your shopping cart is empty Log In | Not a member? A Maker Space in Every Classroom CCSS & STEAM Promoting 473 Downloads Subjects Science, Problem Solving, Robotics Grade Levels Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th Resource Types Other, Activities, Science Centers Product Rating PDF (Acrobat) Document File Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing. 2.67 MB | 4 pages Do you want to spur creativity and innovation in your classroom?
Total Pages Answer Key Teaching Duration Report Copyright Infringement Average Ratings Overall Quality: Accuracy: Practicality: Thoroughness: A Librarian's Guide to Makerspaces: 16 Resources. "There were more than 135 million adult makers, more than half of the total adult population in America, in 2015. " What is a makerspace? You’ve no doubt been hearing that word more than a few times over the past several years. Makerspaces, also called hackerspaces, hackspaces, and fablabs, are collaborative spaces where people gather to get creative with DIY projects, invent new ones, and share ideas.
Since the first official makerspace convened six years ago in a library in upstate New York, libraries have remained an ideal setting for makerspace events across the country. There were more than 135 million adult makers, more than half of the total adult population in America, in 2015. Articles & Blog Posts on Makerspaces 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) 5.) 6.) 7.) 8.) 9.) 12.) Maker Faire Makerspaces Directories 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.)
Revitalizing Community Spaces One could argue that the phenomenon of makerspaces has led to a revitalization and reimagining of libraries in a digital world. 8 Brilliant Scientific Screw-ups. By Eric Elfman Hard work and dedication have their time and place, but the values of failure and ineptitude have gone unappreciated for far too long. They say that patience is a virtue, but the following eight inventions prove that laziness, slovenliness, clumsiness and pure stupidity can be virtues, too. 1. Anesthesia (1844) Mistake Leading to Discovery: Recreational drug useLesson Learned: Too much of a good thing can sometimes be, well, a good thing Nitrous oxide was discovered in 1772, but for decades the gas was considered no more than a party toy. Finally, in 1844, a dentist in Hartford, Conn., named Horace Wells came upon the idea after witnessing a nitrous mishap at a party.
To test his theory, Wells arranged an experiment with himself as the guinea pig. To share his discovery with the scientific world, he arranged to perform a similar demonstration with a willing patient in the amphitheatre of the Massachusetts General Hospital. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Internet Catalogue.
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