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Tim Cooper

Gami-Bot « Howtoons - 43 views

    Amazing site with easy maker how to's.All simple projects with easy to obtain parts to bring the maker Revolution to your kids. Listed by discipline.
H DeWaard

Creating an Authentic Maker Education Rubric | Edutopia - 103 views

    To assess maker projects in your class, begin with a three-part rubric to guide students through process, understanding, and product.
    To assess maker projects in your class, begin with a three-part rubric to guide students through process, understanding, and product.
Marsha Ratzel

Educator Resources | Agency by Design - 44 views

    Great new thinking routines tied to Maker skills
Matt Renwick

Project-Based Learning Through a Maker's Lens | Edutopia - 43 views

  • Choosing, thinking, reflecting, and sorting possible projects should be a career-long process. Good projects don't fade with time -- they get richer and more exciting for both teacher and student.
  • Great projects, on the other hand, are opportunities for learners and teachers to collaborate with those around them.
Thieme Hennis

About - Institute of Making - 28 views

    The Institute of Making is a multidisciplinary research club for those interested in the made world: from makers of molecules to makers of buildings, synthetic skin to spacecraft, soup to diamonds, socks to cities. Annual membership of the institute is available to all UCL staff and students.

    Our programme of symposia, masterclasses and public events explores the links between academic research and hands-on experience, and celebrates the sheer joy of stuff.
    Its mission is to provide all makers with a creative home in which to innovate, contemplate and understand all aspects of materials and an inspiring place to explore their relationship to making.

    At the heart of the Institute of Making is the Materials Library - a growing repository of some of the most extraordinary materials on earth, gathered together for their ability to fire the imagination and advance conceptualisation. A place in which makers from all disciplines can see, touch, research and discuss, so that they can apply the knowledge and experience gained to their own practice.

    Alongside the collection is the MakeSpace - a workshop where members and guests can make, break, design and combine both advanced and traditional tools, techniques and materials."
robert morris

MaKey MaKey | Buy Direct (Official Site) - 38 views

    • Steve Kelly
      This low-cost gizmo is is an insanely fun way to introduce students to programming!  
Penny Roberts

The Maker Movement - Google Drive - 107 views

    Resources and information about the Maker Movement
Thieme Hennis

Hack the City at Berlin Fablab & Betahaus - Hackidemia - 18 views

    What to do on a maker-workshop? Here some ideas for organizers.

    Make music with Makey Makey
    CNC cut marble track
    Program with Arduino
    Illustrate your dreams
    Build your own microscope and test the Berlin Water Quality
    A video game about the city's future development
    Grow roots and wings with Toywheel
    Furniture design with a laser cutter
    Dancing drones (a Dronenschwarm through a Web browser program)
    Robots upcycled
    A video game about the city's future development
    Kids have a dream
    Grow roots and wings with Toywheel
Margaret Moore-Taylor

ImageQuiz - 6 views

     ImageQuiz, a website that uses the power of images (1 image = 1000 words) to help you learn. The website contains a variety of quizzes, that you can try out.  It is really easy to make a quiz with an uploaded image of your choice from clip art or your computer.  Be creative and use power point to make an image and develop a quiz.  It worked on the android tablet and is free.  
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