Citations of Invent to Learn

Google Scholar tracks citations in journals, papers, blogs, and proceedings. Here are some of the places where Invent to Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom has been cited. It’s too bad many of these are locked behind paywalls! (Retrieved Dec 6, 2016, 153 citations found)

The maker movement in education

ER HalversonK Sheridan – Harvard Educational Review, 2014 – hepgjournals.org
In this essay, Erica Halverson and Kimberly Sheridan provide the context for research on the
maker movement as they consider the emerging role of making in education. The authors
describe the theoretical roots of the movement and draw connections to related research on

[PDF] Making and tinkering: A review of the literature

S Vossoughi, B Bevan – … Research Council Committee on Out of …, 2014 – exploratorium.edu
The Maker Movement, a grassroots movement of backyard and kitchen tinkerers, hackers,
designers, and inventors, has been dramatically expanding over the past several years.
Since the first Maker Faire in 2006, making festivals, spaces, activities, conferences, and

ABC and 3D: opportunities and obstacles to 3D printing in special education environments

E BuehlerSK KaneA Hurst – Proceedings of the 16th international ACM …, 2014 – dl.acm.org
Abstract Consumer-grade digital fabrication such as 3D printing is on the rise, and we
believe it can be leveraged to great benefit in the arena of special education. Although 3D
printing is beginning to infiltrate mainstream education, little to no research has explored 3D

Making as a learning process: Identifying and supporting family learning in informal settings

L Brahms – 2014 – d-scholarship.pitt.edu
Making is characterized by engagement in creative production at the crossroads and fringes
of disciplines such as science, technology, engineering, art, and math, and has developed
into a recognized social, technological and economic movement. As a creative activity at the

Overlay network architectures for peer-to-peer Remote Access Laboratories

AA KistA Maiti, AD Maxwell, L Orwin… – … (REV), 2014 11th …, 2014 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract—Remote Access Laboratories are been used for practical learning activities in
engineering education in the universities worldwide. Usually these systems follow a
centralised client-server paradigm. This work proposes a peer-to-peer remote access

[BOOK] Makerspaces: A practical guide for librarians

JJ Burke – 2014 – books.google.com
A “makerspace” is an area in a library where users can use tools and equipment to design,
build, and create all sorts of different things. It may be a dedicated room or a multipurpose
space in which a collection of raw materials and resources can be utilized as desired.

Research to practice: Observing learning in tinkering activities

JP Gutwill, N Hido, L Sindorf – Curator: The Museum Journal, 2015 – Wiley Online Library
Abstract As tinkering and making spaces proliferate in museums, many researchers,
practitioners, funders, and policy-makers seek to understand what constitutes learning-
through-tinkering. To support discussion of tinkering-based learning, the Exploratorium

技术支持的基于创造的学习–美国中小学创客教育的内涵, 特征与实施路径

郑燕林, 李卢一 – 开放教育研究, 2014 – cqvip.com
近年, 技术的快速发展, 制造材料的不断丰富及应用成本的逐渐降低, 为人们自己动手设计,
制作与创造产品提供了更多可能, 也推动了美国“创客行动” 的兴起与发展. 自2013 年以来,
美国越来越多的中小学开始加入“创客行动”, 实施“创客教育”, 将“基于创造的学习(Learning by

[PDF] 创客教育的价值潜能及其争议

杨现民, 李冀红 – 现代远程教育研究, 2015 – xdyjyj.cn
摘要: 全球创客运动的蓬勃发展为教育的创新改革提供了新的契机. 创客教育是一种融合信息
技术, 秉承“开放创新, 探究体验” 教育理念, 以“创造中学” 为主要学习方式和以培养各类创新型
人才为目的的新型教育模式. 做中学, 快乐教育, 大成智慧, 构造论是创客教育背后的核心理念.

CHILDREN ARE NOT HACKERS

P BLIKSTEINM WORSLEY – Makeology: Makerspaces as …, 2016 – books.google.com
Construction that takes place “in the head” often happens especially felicitously when it is
supported by construction of a more public sort “in the world”—a sand castle or a cake, a
LEGO house or a corporation, a computer program, a poem, or a theory of the universe. Part

Taking Making Into the Schools: An Immersive Professional

SE Crichton, D Carter – … of Research on Teacher Education in the …, 2015 – books.google.com
ABSTRACT This chapter introduces professional learning (PL) challenges in a Digital Age
and makes a case for an immersive, sustained, experiential approach including diverse
groups of professionals. It explores how this approach informed novice and experienced

[PDF] Making people fail: Failing to learn through games and making

B LittsD Ramirez – Proceedings GLS, 2014 – academia.edu
Abstract In traditional formal learning environments, students typically have two options:
succeed or fail. Though there may be realworld merit to this type highstakes system, we
suggest that there is more to learning than a simple dichotomous outcome. In this paper, we

[CITATION] Tinkering with “Failure”: Equity, learning, and the iterative design process

JJ Ryoo, N Bulalacao, L Kekelis, E McLeod… – FabLearn 2015 Conference …, 2015

Learning practices of making: developing a framework for design

PS Wardrip, L Brahms – … of the 14th International Conference on …, 2015 – dl.acm.org
Abstract While the Maker Movement has gained momentum in formal and informal settings,
the practice has been ahead of the research, especially on learning. In this paper, we
introduce a framework of learning practices (LPs) of making for the Children’s Museum of

Leapfrogging Pedagogy: A Design Approach to Making Change in Challenging Contexts.

S Crichton – Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 2014 – ERIC
Abstract: At a time of substantial change, globalization, and ubiquitous access to information,
educators struggle to change even the most basic aspects of their classrooms. This is
especially true for those in challenging contexts where many perpetuate the “mind numbing”

[HTML] Key Competences with Physical Computing

M Przybylla, R Romeike – KEYCIT 2014: key competencies in …, 2015 – books.google.com
Abstract: Physical computing covers the design and realization of interactive objects and
installations and allows students to develop concrete, tangible products of the real world that
arise from the learners’ imagination. This way, constructionist learning is raised to a level

[BOOK] Maker-centered learning: Empowering young people to shape their worlds

EP Clapp, J Ross, JO Ryan, S Tishman – 2016 – books.google.com
The Agency by Design guide to implementing maker-centered teaching and learning Maker-
Centered Learning provides both a theoretical framework and practical resources for the
educators, curriculum developers, librarians, administrators, and parents navigating this

Making Sense: Can Makerspaces Work in Academic Libraries?

J Burke – 2015 – sc.lib.miamioh.edu
Makerspaces are a growing service area for many libraries in school, public, and academic
settings. Participants, or makers, can create digital and physical items in common working
spaces using shared equipment and resources. The essential makerspace elements of

Building a culture of creation

A Plemmons – Teacher Librarian, 2014 – search.proquest.com
Abstract […] with more and more devices in students’ hands in their classrooms, there is less
need to consume information in the library and instead use that knowledge and curiosity to
create something new. Since 3D printers started making their way into educational settings, I

[PDF] A call to action for research in digital learning: Learning without limits of time, place, path, pace… or evidence

C CavanaughC Sessums, W Drexler – Journal of Online Learning …, 2015 – editlib.org
This essay is a call for rethinking our approach to research in digital learning. It plots a path
founded in social trends and advances in education. A brief review of these trends and
advances is followed by discussion of what flattened research might look like at scale.

Making through the lens of culture and power: Toward transformative visions for educational equity

S Vossoughi, PK Hooper, M Escudé – Harvard Educational …, 2016 – hepgjournals.org
In this essay, Shirin Vossoughi, Paula Hooper, and Meg Escudé advance a critique of
branded, culturally normative definitions of making and caution against their uncritical
adoption into the educational sphere. The authors argue that the ways making and equity

Multialfabetización sin muros en la era de la convergencia. La competencia digital y “la cultura del hacer” como revulsivos para una educación continua

K Tyner, A Gutiérrez MartínA Torrego González – 2015 – digibug.ugr.es
Se plantea en este artículo la cantidad y variedad de espacios de aprendizajes reales y
virtuales que nos brinda la Sociedad de la Información. Hoy día la ubicuidad del
aprendizaje lo hace “continuo”, continuo en el tiempo y en el espacio. Se plantea la

Innovation’s Renewing Potential: Seeing and Acting Mindfully Within the Fecundity of Educative Experiences

MM Latta, S Crichton – Education and Culture, 2015 – muse.jhu.edu
An Innovative Learning Centre (ILC) within a Faculty of Education provides the forum to
study and give lived expression to the rhythmic workings of experience through
documenting a Maker Movement Day for practicing educators. Dewey’s commitment to “the

Anthropologically inspired creative design for intimate telepresence

E SaadatianH Samani, R Nakatsu – SIGGRAPH Asia 2014 Designing …, 2014 – dl.acm.org
Abstract This study describes anthropologically inspired methodology in creative design for
intimate telepresence. Anthropology is the study of humanity and among the experiences of
human this study has focused on intimate interactions. Inspired by the concept of intimacy in

[PDF] A Global Perspective: Current Trends and Issues in ICT for 21st Century Education

L Schrum, N DavisM Jacobsen, A Lund… – Paper presented at …, 2015 – researchgate.net
Abstract: Around the world educators, policy makers, and others share a universal goal to
ensure that all learners reach their full potential; we seek best practices to prepare educators
and leaders to improve student learning, prepare learners for their futures, maintain current

Making the maker: a means-to-an-ends approach to nurturing the maker mindset in elementary-aged children

SL ChuF Quek, S Bhangaonkar, AB Ging… – International Journal of …, 2015 – Elsevier
Abstract In this article, we present a new direction for the role of Making for children. Beyond
the use of Making to teach specific STEM concepts as is common in prior work, we propose
that Making activities should be designed with the focus of instilling a Maker mindset in

Training students for new jobs: The role of technical and vocational higher education and implications for science policy in Portugal

S Hasanefendic, M Heitor, H Horta – Technological Forecasting and Social …, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract This article contextualizes the role of technical and vocational higher education in
training the labour force and derives significant implications for science policy in Portugal. A
cross-national comparative case study in Southern (Portugal), and Western (Netherlands

Designing digital fabrication learning environments for Bildung: Implications from ten years of physical computing workshops

ES Katterfeldt, N Dittert, H Schelhowe – International Journal of Child- …, 2015 – Elsevier
Abstract The first programmable bricks appeared about 30 years ago, and attributed to
constructionist hands-on learning. With the upcoming of FabLab initiatives and the maker
movement, learning activities with digital fabrication technologies have now gained

[CITATION] Literacy practices of experienced makers: Tools for navigating and understanding landscapes of possibility

BE GravelE Tucker-Raymond, K Kohberger, K Browne – Proceedings, 2015

[CITATION] Exploring Maker Practice: Common Attitudes, Habits and Skills from Vancouver’s Maker Community

A Milne, B RieckeA Antle – Studies

[HTML]Music Learning and Technology

WI Bauer – New Directions: A Journal of Scholarship, Creativity …, 2014 – nd.music.msu.edu
This article discusses conceptualizing and actualizing technology for music learning. While
approaches to using technology in education have often been technocentric, music teachers
must not only consider technology itself, but also curricular outcomes, pedagogy, and the

Un-building blocks: a model of reverse engineering and applicable heuristics

JF Garcia – 2015 – calhoun.nps.edu
Reverse engineering is the problem-solving activity that ensues when one takes a human-
made system, whole or in part, and attempts—through systematic analysis of its physical
characteristics and other available evidence—to answer one or more of the following

[PDF]Maker Education: The Experience of De Populier in The Netherlands

A van der Meij, PI Kloen… – 2015-02-24]. http:// …, 2014 – plakkenenknippen.nl
Page 1. Maker Education: The Experience of De Populier in The Netherlands Arjan van der Meij
De Populier Highschool Populierstraat 109 2565 MK The Hague +31 643974482
avdmeij@depopulier.nl Per-Ivar Kloen De Populier Highschool Populierstraat 109 2565 MK The

[HTML]Identifying secondary school teachers’ understandings and implementations of design thinking within a design-based research Approach

S Naghshbandi – 2014 – open.library.ubc.ca
Description Drawing from a Design-Based Research (DBR) approach this qualitative study
examines the impact of a Maker Day Professional Development event on secondary school
participant teachers’ understandings of design thinking. It also explores participants’

[CITATION] Making-Aktivitäten mit Kindern und Jugendlichen: Handbuch zum kreativen digitalen Gestalten

M EbnerS Schön, K Narr – 2016 – BoD–Books on Demand

[PDF]Rethinking intuition of accumulation

C Brownea, P Compstona – systemdynamics.org
Abstract We have created a hands-on, concrete learning activity to help people with no
systems thinking training develop good mental models around the concept of accumulation.
This paper takes up Sterman’s 2008 challenge to create new methods to develop intuitive

[CITATION] A Singapore School’s Journey towards Maker Education

G Ajam, E Lee

The best laid plans: Educational innovation in elementary teacher generated integrated STEM lesson plans

CM SiasLS Nadelson, SM Juth… – The Journal of …, 2016 – Taylor & Francis
ABSTRACT Students need to be prepared for the 21st century by developing the literacy
skills necessary for participating in the age of synthesis—an age that requires a progressive
set of skills and knowledge. The authors identified nine educational innovations that are

[PDF]USING PROGRAMMING WITH RURAL CHILDREN FOR LEARNING TO THINK MATHEMATICALLY

S Ranganathan, B Anand, S Kothandaraman… – ashanet.org
These are rural schools and have demographics similar to government and NGO run
schools throughout the country. The schools believe in the holistic development of the child
and school managements are progressive and encourage experimentation and research.

[HTML]Makerspaces: the Benefits

WI Reading, G Hour – curiositycommons.wordpress.com
The benefits of educational makerspaces are many and varied. While they do not come
without their challenges, makerspaces can have a significant impact on student learning and
development. In fact, makerspaces were recently identified as one of six important

Articulations on form properties and action-function couplings of maker technologies in children’s education

KS Christensen, OS Iversen – Entertainment Computing, 2017 – Elsevier
Abstract In this paper, we present a framework to expand the design language used to
articulate form properties and types of feedback that happen between children’s actions and
the intended functionality of maker technologies. Based on field observations in Danish

Somatic and inclusive practice perspectives on developing an iPad application for choreography

T Ashley – Journal of Dance & Somatic Practices, 2016 – ingentaconnect.com
The article offers insight into somatic perspectives that have informed the design of a
software application for the iPad. Entitled formXtended, the app is designed to extend the
compositional imaginations of users, by engaging them in choreographic tasks that integrate

Try Again: Teaching Teachers and Students How to Fail with Design Thinking

S Nemcsok, A Goldberg – 2016 – prism.ucalgary.ca
This paper is an exploration of failure in the learning context and how the SHIFT Lab
program at TELUS Spark is helping educators be fail positive through immersive design
thinking experiences. Further, we look at how design-based learning translates and applies

[PDF]Evidence & Impact: Museum-Managed STEM Programs in Out-of-School Settings

B Chi, R Dorph, L Reisman – sites.nationalacademies.org
The National Research Council’s Committee on Successful Out-of-School STEM (Science,
Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Learning has been tasked with writing a
consensus report on the value of and evidence for out-of-school STEM learning programs.

[PDF]Soft Circuits for Livelihood and Education in India

M Minsky, N Akshay, N Amritha, S Anila, AC Nair… – academia.edu
ABSTRACT A workshop on the design of soft circuits in the contexts of undergraduate
engineering education and empowerment of rural, economically disadvantaged women in
India was conducted at Amrita University in Kerala, India. We report that the soft-circuit

[PDF]Enabling Rapid Prototyping in K-12 Engineering Education with BotSpeak, a Universal Robotics Programming Language

D Assaf – terecop.eu
Abstract. In this paper we introduce a technical approach to rapid prototype engineering
ideas in the classroom. Even though a variety of educational robotic platforms exist, it is
often not trivial to get started quickly. Usually, students have to get familiar first with

[PDF]Modeling Visitor Behavior in a Game-Based Engineering Museum Exhibit with Hidden Markov Models

M Tissenbaum, V Kumar… – Submitted to the The Ninth … – educationaldatamining.org
ABSTRACT Research has shown that supporting tinkering and exploration promotes a wide
range of STEM related literacies. However, the open-endedness of tinkering environments
makes it difficult to know whether learners’ exploration is productive or not. This is especially

[PDF]Starting with a tinkering workshop and going beyond

FS Pacheco, B Joyce – The Future Makers–Professional Teachers Promoting … – theseus.fi
Attending The VET Teachers for The Future-Professional Certificate Programme for Brazilian
teachers in Finland, and discussing constructivism and student-centered approaches, I
personally had the interest in evaluating one of the tinkering activities. This paper is a short

[HTML]A Brief History of Makerspaces

WI Reading, G Hour – curiositycommons.wordpress.com
Makerspaces of all types are growing at an exponential rate. As Davee, Regalla and Chang
(2015) report,“Google Trends shows the search term “makerspace” has quadrupled in the
past two years and is currently in its highest rate of growth in search frequency”(p. 2). In fact,

Linking Schools of Thought to Schools of Practice

L Hunt, E Yoshida-Ehrmann – Gifted Child Today, 2016 – gct.sagepub.com
Abstract Project Linking Learning (“Link”) was created to target the needs of gifted students
in urban school districts with historically underserved populations. Project Linking Learning
implemented a linking curriculum between in-class instruction and an afterschool

Educational support: the educator’s role in Service-Learning

Á García-Pérez, R Mendía – Profesorado, Revista de Currículum y Formación … – recyt.fecyt.es
Resumen Educational support is a fundamental dimension in the growth and development
of individuals and groups. Teaching through care for the relations, climate and educational
style constitutes a way to create personal and social itineraries enriched with experiential

Cultivating Innovation through Invention

LE Zeitz – Creative Intelligence in the 21st Century, 2016 – Springer
Abstract The invention process can be a powerful tool for cultivating an innovation mindset
in our students. This chapter explores the importance of cultivating innovation skills in our
students and how the invention process can kindle the creativity needed to develop new

Not Your Public Library’s MakerSpace: The Nuts and Bolts of a Physical Place

AP Space – Infusing Innovation Into Organizations: A Systems …, 2016 – books.google.com
As noted in the previous chapter, prototyping enables innovation by allowing for fast failure
and easy re-tooling. A physical space within an organization that allows for and encourages
prototyping across fields is a necessary component to inciting innovation within traditional

[CITATION] is” learning

DTE MOYE, E WILLIAM

[PDF] Integrating Emerging Educational Technologies with Constructionism: Keeping Informed Through Connectivist Approaches Charles R. Brodeur Boise State …

H Charles – edtech2.boisestate.edu
Abstract Just as the printing press was a technology that made literacy a more important skill
to participate effectively in the social, economic and political realities of a previous era,
changes in technology related to programming, physical computing, robotics, digital design

[PDF] The MakeCamp Pilot Option for Professional Development: Sociocultural Sustainable Innovation

H Teague – Society for Information Technology & Teacher …, 2016 – learntechlib.org
Abstract: This paper proposes a disruptive innovation for educational, professional
development: a summer Makerspace camp for K-12 educators called the MakeCamp.
Educational and Community resources coalesce to produce the summer MakeCamp pilot.

A community of practice to develop, teach, and disseminate learning in engineering design

MD Lammi, CD Denson… – Frontiers in Education …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract—This work-in-progress paper describes the initial efforts and findings from the
development of a pedagogical approach to prepare pre-service teachers for teaching
engineering and engaging with the community mediated through an online portal. This

The Transformative Potential of Making in Teacher Education: A Case Study on Teacher Training Through Making and Prototyping

S Tesconi, L Arias – International Conference on Distributed, Ambient, and …, 2015 – Springer
Abstract The paper describes an ongoing research on teacher education for the
implementation of making and digital fabrication in educational settings taking part at
LABoral Art Centre, Spain. It aims to define key points and indications for the design of

Remote access laboratories for preparing STEM teachers: preliminary exploration

W Ting, PR Albion, A Maxwell, AA Kist… – Proceedings of the …, 2015 – eprints.usq.edu.au
Education for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) is acknowledged
as a priority throughout the world but many K-6 teachers are inadequately prepared for it by
virtue of limited exposure in their own schooling and teacher preparation. Remote Access

Bringing the Maker Movement to School

W Smith, BC Smith – Science and Children, 2016 – search.proquest.com
Abstract Wendy and Brian Smith talk about the Maker Showcase project that epitomize the
intersections of science, technology, engineering, and creativity. To illustrate how electrical
energy can transfer and transform, young student makers fill the school with over 90

Your Summer of Making and Connecting

C Sansing – English Journal, 2014 – search.proquest.com
Abstract Sometimes in the busy lives teachers lead helping others learn, they can forget that
even as teachers they walk a wide, lifelong road of learning alongside their students and
mentors. Last summer the author’s participation in the Summer of Making and Connecting

“Multiliteracy” without walls in the age of convergence. Digital competency and the” culture of making” as incentives for continuing education

K Tyner, AG Martín, AT González – … , Revista de Currículum y Formación del … – recyt.fecyt.es
Resumen In this article, the authors address relationships between the diverse proliferation
of real and virtual learning spaces available in the Information Society. The contemporary
ubiquity of sites for learning makes learning” continuous” in time and space. The best

[PDF] Makification: Towards a Framework for Leveraging the Maker Movement in Formal Education

JD CohenWM Jones, S Smith… – Society for Information …, 2016 – researchgate.net
Maker culture is part of a burgeoning movement in which individuals leverage modern
digital technologies to produce and share physical artifacts with a broader community.
Certain components of the maker movement, if properly leveraged, hold promise for

[DOC] Review of Studies Relevant to Elementary Engineering Case Study Submitted to Meet the Requirements for the Comprehensive Examination

J Heffernan – kidsengineer.com
Abstract Although robotics has been identified as a promising way to increase STEM interest
and also teach science concepts (Brophy, Portsmore, Klein, & Rogers, 2008), there is no
research of student use of robotics in a sustained program. More research is needed to

[PDF] D5. 1 The Use of Craft Skills in New Contexts

M Woolley, A Sabiescu, C Waelde, C Cummings… – 2015 – resources.riches-project.eu
1. Executive Summary This report outlines the results of a qualitative study that examined
how craft skills can generate value and competitive advantage for the European creative
economy, particularly with respect to employment and the creation of new jobs. Two

Talkoo: A new paradigm for physical computing at school

ES Katterfeldt, D Cuartielles, D Spikol… – Proceedings of the The …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
Abstract Introducing physical computing into regular school classes is challenged by
constraints of schedules and curricula structures, which do not allow for time-consuming
electronics prototyping. We present a novel approach to prototyping with physical computing

Educational technologies and twenty-first century leadership for learning

L Schrum, BB Levin – International Journal of Leadership in …, 2016 – Taylor & Francis
This article presents information on current aspects in the use of technology to improve
student outcomes and engagement, prepare learners for their future and support educators
in adopting new pedagogies for teaching and learning. Based on the authors’ research of

BRIDGING CRAFTING AND COMPUTING IN MAKING

DI Touchpads – Makeology: Makers as Learners, 2016 – books.google.com
INTRODUCTION Today’s makerspaces include many materials and tools that fall into the
categories of either crafts or electronics. MaKey MaKey offers a bridge between crafting,
circuitry, and computing. It is a circuit board that gives aspiring makers a way to supplant a

[PDF]Elementary Teachers’ Reflections on Design Failures and Use of Fail Words after Teaching Engineering for Two Years (Fundamental)

PS Lottero-Perdue – peer.asee.org
The inclusion of engineering design within elementary education, motivated most recently
via the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), 1 introduces opportunities for students
to not only solve a problem, but to also likely experience design failure in the process.

[CITATION] Locating TPACK in Mediated Practice

L Polin, R Moe – 2015

Universally Accessible Makerspace Recommendation to the District of Columbia Public Library

R Moeller, C Bastiansen, L Gates… – … for Persons with …, 2015 – emeraldinsight.com
Purpose The maker movement is showing signs of gaining popularity as it matures. As
information institutions, libraries find themselves admirably positioned to serve as hosts for
formal makerspaces that encourage turning ideas into reality. Though equipment for

[PDF] Correspondence concerning this submission should be addressed to Kinnari Atit, Department of Psychology, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208. …

K Atit, KE Ramey, DH Uttal1&2, PM Olzewski-Kubulius – researchgate.net
Historically, giftedness has been seen as a generic, innate, intellectual quality of an
individual that allows one to be successful in reasoning in all domains (eg Robinson, Zigler,
& Gallagher, 2000). Contrary to this view, recent research suggests that giftedness is

Coteaching and the Learning Commons: Building a Participatory School Culture

DV Loertscher, C Koechlin – Teacher Librarian, 2015 – search.proquest.com
Abstract Virtual” rooms” include literacy activities, knowledge building centers, discovery
learning rooms, information centers, school culture, and experiential professional
development areas.\ n Leadership for coteaching and learning commons. Take a look at this

[PDF] Music Maker: 3D Printing and Acoustics Curriculum

S Leitman, J Granzow – nime.org
ABSTRACT Music Maker is a free online resource that provides files for 3D printing
woodwind and brass mouthpieces and tutorials for using those mouthpieces to learn about
acoustics and music. The mouthpieces are designed to fit into standard plumbing and

Beyond marshmallow towers and toothpick bridges: Progress and strategies for a whole-school STEM program

M Goodwin, J Healy, K Jacksa… – 2016 IEEE Integrated …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract-This paper describes strategies and activities that have been used in a Whole-
School STEM Initiative at Laing Middle School of Science and Technology in Mount
Pleasant, SC to bring hands-on STEM experiences into every subject in the school’s

[PDF] Teaching to Teach: Inventing and Making in the Classroom

G Ardito – Society for Information Technology & Teacher …, 2015 – learntechlib.org
Abstract: A great deal is being made currently of the increased need for STEM-D education
at all levels. In addition, many are calling for the “Maker Movement” to have a key role in
public education. So, far, however, not much research has focused on the development of

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K Zammit – learning21c.wordpress.com
The main purpose of the publication was really to advocate for a new way of analyzing the data
to show what they consider a better means of measuring student achievement, ie years of
progress. It reports that high achieving and low achieving students are not improving their

[CITATION] There’s More Than One Way to Skin a Cat: Creating a Makerspace on a Limited Primary School Budget

S Becker

[DOC] Roles and responsibilities of Subject mentor

K Duffy, SITTP Leader, IT Page, CP Page – mmu.ac.uk
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