Invite students in on the decision-making process when selecting the goal for a class project-based learning unit.
Read this interview with a graduating student to examine the complex dynamic of collaboration and supporting someone else through the creative and intellectual processes.
At the heart of making is the idea that all students are creators, and hands-on learning plays a key role in maker education.
Makerspaces can democratize learning, create a culture of participation, allow for teaching with visual cues, offer thematic planning opportunities, and facilitate differentiated instruction.
From an online collection of visual archetypes to royalty free music, these resources are great for the classroom or for just taking a fun trip down the rabbit hole of history.