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John Evans

Maker Education Can Improve Student Learning | Ed Tech with Hoekstra - 2 views

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    "Over the past six weeks in CEP 811 I have learned about constructivism and Maker Education by reviewing the research that supports this type of instruction. More importantly, during the past six weeks I have become a Maker as I created a remix video, an interactive cell model and a SketchUp of my ideal classroom. This week, I created an infographic using Easelly to inspire and encourage educators to incorporate a maker mentality in their classroom.

    My infographic focused on the following reasons why Maker Education can improve student learning.

    Maker Education provides authentic and relevant tasks.
    Maker Education is active and engaging.
    Maker Education builds community in classrooms, schools and beyond.
    Maker Education strengthens students metacognitive abilities.
    Maker Education supports student choice and leads to a type of personalized learning."
John Evans

Intel Innovation Toolbox - 1 views

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    "How does the Maker Movement Power STEM Skills and student curiosity? Take a look at this Australian infographic for the why and how to implement a maker space and adopt maker education at your school!

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John Evans

Applying Maker Education to Music | Piktochart Infographic Editor - 4 views

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    "The maker movement is a revival of hands-on, do-it-yourself, and do-it-with-others learning that allows students the ability to create original works and products. This is often done with the aid of  computers, electronics, and online resources/communities (Maker Education Initiative, 2015)."
John Evans

10 Ways to use Instagram in the classroom - Daily Genius - 0 views

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    "Instagram isn't just a platform for selfies, business promotions, and cute animals. With a little creativity, you can bring the visual power of photos and videos to your classroom, weave them into your students' learning process, and bring a little fun to their (and your!) days. Do you use Instagram in your classroom? How do you use it? Share your ideas, hits and misses, and insights with the Daily Genius community by leaving a comment below, heading over to our Facebook page and dropping us a line there, or by tweeting us a message on Twitter!"
John Evans

Infographic: Robotics And The Future Of STEM - 0 views

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    "This infographic also promotes KUKA KORE, a program offering high schools, tech centers, community colleges and universities the opportunity to take advantage of certified robot education on KUKA products by incorporating them into their very own STEM, Advanced Manufacturing and Mechatronics programs. This will allow students to learn basic robot programming and operation skills on exercise hardware, gaining experience of robots and control technology that is already used in a variety of industries. Educators and students have the opportunity to be trained using advanced robotic technology."
John Evans

10 Reasons Twitter Works In Education - 1 views

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    "As the collective family of social media channels grows, each adopts their own personality.

    LinkedIn is oldest sibling -a go-getter that wore a suit in middle school. Instagram is the playful teen that opened her own restaurant with her family's money. Facebook is the walking political argument that you know not get started. And twitter? twitter is the wild child of the bunch.

    Offering quick bits of information, a dynamic stream that looks great on desktop and mobile devices, and a variety of ways to communicate from #hashtags to @messaging to micro-blogging and link distribution, twitter works, and unlike facebook, blogging, and other digital tools, when something does indeed "fail" on twitter, the overwhelming number of tweets can help mitigate the loss.

    The best I've heard explanation we've heard for the difference between twitter and facebook is (paraphrased), "Facebook makes me dislike people I've known for years, while twitter makes me like people I've never met." I'm not sure it's quite that cut and dry, but the big idea remains the same-every social channel has its own personality."
John Evans

Meeting of the Minds: ReMaking high school classrooms | Ed Inspirations - 0 views

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    "Traditional classrooms have fallen out of favor across America. Educators, students, parents, and administrators all know there is SOMETHING that must be done differently, but they are unsure of where to start & where to begin.

    We have to



    The #makered & maker education movement is an excellent place to start. There are many aspects to developing a Maker movement, whether that starts with your class, your students, or eventually your school. Incorporating the ideas of the Maker movement to a larger forum such as an entire school requires innovation on a wider-scale."
John Evans

The Making Movement in Education | onthegoteach - 1 views

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    "As my first batch of masters courses come to a close, I was asked to reflect back on my experiences with the Maker movement. At first, I found it to be a bit out of my realm of comfort. I'm not one to sit and tinker with machinery and play video games. As I delved deeper, I found that making is not only about video games and tinkering with things, it's about creating and inventing. Creation can look many different ways, too. It can be using everyday household items to make a new game to play. It can be using a familiar presentation tool to create a project on a topic you've been dying to learn more about. Creating is the basis for the Maker movement, and it needs to become commonplace in the classroom."
John Evans

Your Contribution to the California Drought - NYTimes.com - 1 views

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    "The average American consumes more than 300 gallons of California water each week by eating food that was produced there."
John Evans

The difference between fixed and growth mindsets - Daily Genius - 2 views

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    When you fail, what is your thought process? Do you feel like you let yourself down because you didn't have innate ability? Instead, do you feel like you just haven't learned enough yet?

    Based on your answers, you might be able to easily distinguish between having a fixed mindset versus a growth mindset. This is a critical thing to understand for anyone looking to better understand how they learn and how they let themselves learn."
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