Author: Sylvia Martinez

Invent to Learn to be published in China

Invent to Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom (Second Edition) will be published in simplified Chinese, the language of mainland China. The publisher is Tsinghua University Press Limited (清华大学出版社有限公司), a respected publisher of education, technology, and culture books

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Invent to Learn Second Edition to be published in Korean

The newly expanded and revised second edition of Invent to Learn will be published in Korea by HonReung Science Publishing Company, who published the Korean first edition. The first edition is available online. Stay tuned for an updated publishing date!

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New! Second Edition of Invent to Learn Released

We are excited to announce that a newly revised and expanded edition of Invent to Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom has just been released. It’s been five years since we published the first edition of Invent to Learn.

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Papert’s 8 Big Ideas – Korean translation

Papert’s 8 Big Ideas (Korean Translation) by Ungyeol Jung and Doyong Kim 시모어 페퍼트 교수가 설립한 구성주의 학습 연구소의 8가지 빅 아이디어 #1번째 빅 아이디어는 ‘경험을 통해 학습하는 것(learning by doing)’입니다.  정말 재미있는 것을 하면서 배울 때 어느 누구라도 더

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Papert’s 8 Big Ideas – Galician

8 grandes ideas detrás do Laboratorio Construccionista de Aprendizaxe Translation to Galician language by Paola Guimerans Extracto da tese doutoral.“An Investigation of Contructionism at the Maine Youth Center” de Gary Stager 2007. Por Dr. Seymour Papert (1999) A primeira gran

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Arabic translation of Invent to Learn published

The Arabic version of “Invent to Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom” has been translated and published by the A.M. Qattan Foundation. The A.M. Qattan Foundation (AMQF) is an independent, not-for-profit developmental organisation working in the fields of culture

NEW BOOK – The Invent to Learn Guide to MORE Fun

The Invent to Learn Guide to More Fun features an all new assortment of insanely clever classroom-tested “maker” projects for learners of all ages. In the second volume of this popular book, Josh Burker is back with even more projects for

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Ten Considerations for Teaching Coding to Children (Book chapter)

Gary Stager and Sylvia Martinez contributed a chapter to Creating the Coding Generation in Primary Schools: A Practical Guide for Cross-Curricular Teaching, edited by Steve Humble and just released from Routledge. The chapter is called: Ten Considerations for Teaching Coding to Children

Invent to Learn a “Must Read” book for Modern Learners

Modern Learners just released a free whitepaper, 8 Must Read Books for Modern Educational Change Leaders. We are honored to have Invent to Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom appear alongside the other featured books from Seymour Papert, David Perkins,

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Making Science review in School Library Journal

School Library Journal reviews Making Science, by Christa Flores and calls it “A fascinating look at the intersection of science and the maker movement.” Making Science is the latest publication from Constructing Modern Knowledge Press, the publisher of Invent To

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