#Flycloser Ed Camp: Maker Ed

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This is a presentation to introduce teachers to MakerEd in the classroom. Presentation given at #flycloser EdCamp at Thomas Nelson High School.

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<ul><li> 1. #flycloser EdCamp #MakersAblaze with MakerEd STEAMing Closerto theSun with Maker Ed Maker Space Facilitators: Claire &amp; Abby By Brooke Whitlow, @lincolnslady96 East Hardin Middle School Tech Ed </li></ul> <p> 2. #MakersAblaze I am NOT a Maker Expert! I am simply passionate about the possibilities making can provide my students. 3. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Scenario: Beginning of the 2013 school year, Tech Ed students filled out a survey about how they wanted the "new" Tech Ed to look. Multiple students stated they wanted to learn how to "create their own computer games" while others stated they wanted to "know how a computer really works." ...where it all started... Result: One nervous, paranoid, brand-new Tech Ed teacher. Comfort Zone me 4. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Learning + Passion = Magic Result: After frustration then success...learning so beautiful it made the once paranoid Tech Ed teacher secretly cry tears of joy. Scenario: After blog reading and conferences, #geniushour was implemented as a time for students to explore passions in which they originally expressed an interest. 5. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Hmmm....Why not? If #GeniusHour was such a success, why not make EVERY day a version of the same? 6. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Maker Space: Defined Official Definition: A Makerspace is a learning environment rich with possibilities. As new hardware and software tools for making, digital design, and fabrication are emerging, we're working together with teachers and community leaders to place those tools into the hands of a wider audience. Source: Makerspace.com My Definition: A physical space where students explore, innovate, fail, succeed, grow and learn by creating...stuff. 7. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Learning by Exploration Computer Programming Fashion Design Animation Engineering Robotics Newscasting Film Production Graphic Design Website Design CAD &amp; 3D Printing 8. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Why "Making"...? 9. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Make Your Own MakerEd http://goo.gl/r863XH Takeaminute,visit thisPadletandpost aquickideaonhow youcancreatea littleMakerEdin yourownclassroom. 10. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Make Your Own MakerEd http://goo.gl/r863XH 11. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Inside My Brain: Evernote Access ISTE Notes on Making: Tweet me on our hashtag #MakersAblaze and let me know you want to see inside! I will send you an email invite to the notebook. 12. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Resources: Books &amp; Websites Invent to Learn: Making, Tinkering and Engineering in the Classroom by Silvia Libow Martinez &amp; Gary Stager, PhD. Sew Electric: A Collection of DIY Projects that Combine Fabric, Electronics and Programming by Leah Buechley &amp; Kanjum Qui Table Top Inventing: www.ttinvent.com/iste2014 www.ttinvent.com/bootcamp #inventorsbootcamp Mozilla WebMaker webmaker.com 13. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... STLP &amp; Maker Spaces 14. #MakersAblaze ...where it all started... Mini-Maker Space #MakersAblaze iPhone/iPad microscopes .5" X 2" plexiglass sandpaper (inside a computer mouse or laser pointer) LED lens rubberband Drill </p>

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