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2015 2015-Maker Ed

Maker Ed: The work and the impact

Presenter: Stephanie Chang, Trey Lathe
Location: Oakland, CA, USA
@MakerEdOrg

Presentation Title: Maker Ed: The work and the impact

Presentation Description: The maker education movement carries with it the momentum and promise to transform education — and ultimately, how we view learning and teaching altogether. It brings together elements of various educational pedagogies and practices, historical movements, and current trends, engaging all youth in interdisciplinary, hands-on learning experiences that are reflective and purposeful. Maker Ed, a non-profit organization that works with educators, organizations, and communities nationwide, help to train, support, and connect educator’s efforts to integrate making into their educational approaches and make a deep, long-lasting impact on their youth.

Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
http://makered.org/makerspaces

Additional Information:
makered.org/resources
makered.org/makercorps

 

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