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The April FabLearn Flagship conference has been postponed until October 10-11, 2020. 

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Unfortunately, CMK 2020 is cancelled due to COVID-19. CMK 2021  will be held July 13-18, 2021. Please subscribe to our newsletter for more information. Our 13th year! Educators gather from around the world to create amazing projects Are you ready …

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Gary Stager will be leading two different workshops, in partnership with Education Technology Specialists Australia, from Brisbane to Perth – May 28 – June 15. The two workshops are: Invent to Learn Masterclass Teaching Coding, Physical Computing and Computational Thinking Register …

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For the first time ever, The Invent To Learn full-day workshop is coming to the Dallas/Fort Worth area! Join colleagues for a day of hard fun and problem solving — where computing meets tinkering and design. The workshop begins with the …

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Gary and Sylvia will lead a conversation or two or three at the National Maker Faire in Washington DC on June 18 & 19th. Times to be announced.

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We often receive questions about making with young learners. Many of the tools and technology of the maker movement seem to be for middle and high school students. What is there for our youngest makers? Plenty! Recommended technology LittleBits – A growing …

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At ISTE 2014, we were interviewed by Ben Herold about the intersection of the Maker Movement and current trends in education, including the adoption of the Common Core. Popular ‘Maker Movement’ Incompatible With Common Core, Authors Contend The “maker movement” is making …

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Gary will lead two days of professional development for educators at Kororoit Creek Primary School.  

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In our book, Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering, we explore how to put an active learner at the center of the learning process, building on traditional progressive classroom practices combined with materials old and new, and incorporating the …

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