How are educators harnessing the energy of the maker movement to inspire student exploration across multiple subjects? Discover resources and share advice.
- By turning a plain old hallway into a destination that every class visits regularly to tinker and play, a school made limited resources go further and saw student enthusiasm soar.3.2k
- Makerspaces build students’ cognitive abilities while fostering independence, perseverance, and self-regulation.9k
- When kids collaborated on making a sensory path for their school, what started as an occupational therapy zone became a welcoming, playful space that benefited all students.2.4k
- Hallway bulletin boards are often created by teachers, but giving students more control nurtures their sense of belonging.947
- Turning abstract concepts like symbolism and imagery into 3D representations develops deeper understanding and engagement.1.9k
- By designing learning experiences with a wide variety of loose parts, teachers make room for conversations—and relationships—to flourish.707