Lektionsplaneringar, guider, material.. Maker Movies. En resurs i projektet Makerskola. Blikstein Martinez Pang Meaningful Making book. Instructables - DIY How To Make Instructions. Aliexpress.com - Kinesisk site för material. Billigt men obs se till att ni inte betalar frakt! Digitalverkstan. Adafruit Industries. ReceptSkapandeSkolanHedenstromParnes. DIY projects, how-tos, and inspiration from geeks, makers, and hackers. Kidshackday. Dale Dougherty on Maker Culture at Maker Faire Bay Area 2016. Tapigami at Maker Faire Bay Area 2016.
Tinker Kitchen at Maker Faire Bay Area 2016. Hyrdroponic Gardening at Maker Faire Bay Area 2016. How to hack your home: why there’s never been a better time to tinker. Hacking.
It’s a word commonly associated with murky rooms, nefarious characters and attempts to steal data. So when the Royal Institution announced that this year’s Christmas lectures will be titled “How to Hack Your Home”, it seemed almost an act of establishment rebellion. But it wasn’t. Because hacking has taken on a new identity – grown a Dr Jekyll to counter its Mr Hyde. “Hack” is now the byword for smart fixes and canny contraptions, from home-crafted alarm systems to remotely operated kettles which, 20 years ago, could only have been dreamed up by Wallace and Gromit and suffixed with “o-matic”.
That electronics should be at the heart of the Christmas lectures seems somehow fitting given that they were kicked off in 1825 by Michael Faraday – the intellectual maverick who put forward the principle of electromagnetic induction. But the age of the tinkerer might just have returned. She, too, has been using the technology to create hacks for her own home. 1. 2.
Digitalisering i skolan kan förbättra lärandet. För att förbättra lärandet i skolan behövs det innovation inom pedagogik och undervisningsmetoder.
Makerspaces in Schools. The Maker Movement Conquers the Classroom. Project-Based Learning | Feature The Maker Movement Conquers the Classroom.
How the Maker Movement Is Moving into Classrooms. The Maker movement is a unique combination of artistry, circuitry, and old-fashioned craftsmanship.
Certainly, learning by doing or "making" has been happening since our ancestors refined the wheel. Don’t treat making as a sidebar to an already overtaxed curriculum. Inexpensive making in the classroom. It seems like everywhere you go, someone is talking about the maker movement, making or people who are makers.
You may also be hearing about making in the classroom and, as a teacher, wondering how you might bring making to your school. The makers are taking over ISTE 2014 with sessions, hands-on playgrounds, interactive workshops and more. But why? Maker education programs are cropping up in schools across the nation as the maker movement gains momentum. How to Turn Any Classroom Into a Makerspace. There is a certain magic found in rolling up your sleeves and tackling a project head on, an undeniable sense of empowerment that results from solving problems and manifesting big ideas.
In essence, that’s the soul of the maker movement — creative individuals from all walks of life united by an insatiable desire to improve the world around them. Although synonymous with 3D Printing, it extends far beyond a single technology or buzzword. Educational Makerspaces. Part 3 of Making an Educational Makerspace Laura Fleming, R.
Steven Kurti, and Debby L. Kurt To download a PDF version of this article, click here. A culture of innovation in an educational makerspace arises from student ownership rather than from the presence of high-tech tools. Even though the map to educational makerspace success remains vague, pioneers in the field are pushing forward and reporting their findings. Makerkulturen – en viktig trend för skolan? I november tog jag upp makerkulturen och det forsknings- och utvecklingsprojekt kring FabLab@School som nu drar igång på Århus universitet och i tre kommuner på Jylland.
Eleverna ska utveckla och fördjupa sin digitala kompetens genom att få en konkret inblick i hur tekniken fungerar och vad den kan användas till. Sågtorpskolans elever utvecklar IT kunskap och programmering på fritidshemmet. ”Stockholms stad inför dataslöjd på skolschemat” Stockholm är en internationell metropol för innovativa IT-företag.
Programmerare har blivit regionens vanligaste yrke. 2015 NMC Technology Outlook for Scandinavian Schools. If you want to change the world, inspire a kid: Carl Bärstad at TEDxVilnius. What is a MakerSpace? - en film. Upload Twitter Phil Giansante Loading...
Why is the Maker Movement Important? + Great Tools and Resources. Authors@Google: Dale Dougherty. Het mobiele FabLab van Fryslân. Europas första mobila FabLab. Åke Nygren Blogg. Upplysningen_2013_1-2_webb. A Librarian's Guide to Makerspaces: 16 Resources. Makerspaces, sometimes also referred to as hackerspaces, hackspaces, and fablabs are creative, DIY spaces where people can gather to create, invent, and learn. In libraries they often have 3D printers, software, electronics, craft and hardware supplies and tools, and more. Here are some excellent resources for anyone thinking about setting up a makerspace in their organization. Articles & Blog Posts. #skaparbibblan on Tagboard. Makerspaces as classrooms: schools and hardware shops partner. Klint Kanopka still remembers the time when technology’s purpose in school could be boiled down to defeating your classmates on the Oregon Trail. “And even shop class used to carry a negative stigma, and it was never really taken seriously,” Kanopka said.
Today, the flourishing of makerspaces in Philadelphia is meeting a local tech community commitment to growing STEM learning in schools to bring about new goals . Hopkopplat lärande, makerspace och delande - gemensam skaparglädje! Our Makerspace Journey. Our Makerspace has changed, grown and evolved since it was first conceived and started in January 2014. Follow along with the story of our journey here. Hopefully it will inspire you to start your own Maker journey January 2014: It was around this time that I first began to learn about Makerspaces and the Maker Education Movement. I had always wanted to find a way to incorporate STEM concepts into our library, and I was intrigued by the idea of STEM focused centers.
Dissecting the Un-Makerspace: Recycled Learning. It starts with a twist, a squeak, and a cheer. Watch out, 1980s cassette player, broken computer mouse, old monitor -- my fifth graders and I are looking for you! Your future doesn't hold a dumpster in it, at least not yet. You, my memory of past innovation, get a second life. Why? For an "un-makerspace" inspired by a journey to the Bay Area Maker Faire two years ago. Making vs.