The presentation below demonstrates why and how to integrate maker movement into your classroom or school, via both creating a dedicated "Makerspace" as well as content integration of the "maker" ethos:
Click here for Interactive session note sheet from the February CMS Tech Meeting
Click here for printable QR coded handout
5 Steps to Starting a Makerspace on a Shoestring Budget:
Maker-friendly Sites for Students:
Free Coding for Students:
Robotics, Electronics, Computer Science, Design and Engineering
Products to consider as you acquire funds:
Inspiring videos, lessons, and ideas:
A few to get you started. Most sites and tools listed above have project lists as well.
Further Reading for Educators:
Twitter Hashtags to Explore:
Also, use these as Google search terms (search your content area keyword/s plus...)
and don't forget...
#artsed #musiced #slowchatpe
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