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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Regional Victoria Invent To Learn Workshops

This special workshop series is sponsored by the Victoria Department of Education and Training. Dates and Venues:   29 May – Warrnambool – Woodford Primary School   9 June – Maryborough   13 June – Wodonga Space is limited! Register today! The co-author of

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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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May – June 2017 Australian Invent To Learn Masterclasses

Dates and Venues: Townsville – 25/26 May (2-day P-12 workshop*) – $A625 – register Cathedral School of St. Anne and St. James Sydney (primary focus) – 1 June – $A400 – register Bondi Beach Public School Sydney (secondary focus) – 2 June –

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The Invent to Learn Guide to 3D Printing in the Classroom – now in Chinese

The Invent to Learn Guide to 3D Printing in the Classroom: Recipes for Success has been translated into traditional Chinese!

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Around the World with the 8 Big Ideas of the Constructionist Learning Lab

In 1999, Seymour Papert, the father of educational technology, embarked on his last ambitious institutional research project when he created the constructionist, technology-rich, project-based, multi-aged Constructionist Learning Laboratory inside of Maine’s troubled prison for teens, The Maine Youth Center. As Gary Stager

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Seymour Papert – Father of the Maker Movement

Dr. Gary Stager was invited to write a profile of his friend, colleague, and mentor Dr. Seymour Papert for the premiere issue of Hello World!, an impressive new magazine for educators from The Raspberry Pi Foundation. This new print magazine is also

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Unconventional Wisdom About the Maker Movement

Dr. Gary Stager wrote a feature story for District Administration Magazine’s special report on “makerspaces.” The report is available in eBook format for tablet and desktop computers. “It’s not a fad, you don’t needto break the bank, and your teachers are really

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A School Resource for STEM, Science & Making

The MiddleWeb website is a great website for middle school resources. Anne Jolly just wrote a terrific article about the new book, Making Science: Reimagining STEM Education for Middle School and Beyond, published by CMK Press. Perhaps you’re also interested in

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