The Maker Movement has been receiving more and more attention lately. I thought I’d quickly bring together a few links giving an introduction to it, and invite readers to contribute more.
Here is a beginning list:
Invent To Learn: Makers in the classroom is by by Sylvia Libow Martinez & Gary S. Stager, and appeared in Middleweb. It’s clearly the best place to start.
Meet the Makers: Can a DIY movement revolutionize how we learn? is from The School Library Journal.
Dive into the Maker Movement is from Edutopia.
Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2012: The Maker Movement is by Audrey Watters.
Explore Maker Faire Education.
Lynn Marentette writes that she “attended the IDC 2013 conference and there were lots of resources about the maker movement. The conference website is now serving as an archive for the presentations.”
Story-Telling as a Maker Space is by John Spencer.
How “making” leads to “fixing” is by Clive Thompson.
The Maker Movement Matters is from Smart Blogs.
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