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Maker Education Workshop


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Slides for day long maker education workshop - #EdutechAu and #ISTE2016

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Maker Education Workshop

  1. Maker Education: An Idea Whose Time Has Come
  2. @JackieGerstein http://usergeneratede ducation.wordpress.c om/
  7. ➔ Theoretical Background ➔ First Make: LED Circuits ➔ Intermission: Frontloading with a SEL Focus ➔ Continue with Circuit Stickers and/or Squishy Circuits ➔ First Reflection: Maker Reflection Board Game ➔ Documenting Learning ➔ Goals for Second Make ➔ Second Make: Bristlebots+Artbots and/or Soldering and/or Sew Electrics and/or Hat Painting ➔ Second Reflection - review reflection questions ➔ The Mindset of a Maker Educator Self Assessment The Maker Educator LED Poster ➔ Implementation Strategies ➔ Resources
  8. Theoretical Background
  9. School for Hackers: The do-it-yourself movement revives learning by doing.
  11. - start at 7:40
  12. Maker Education and Experiential Education
  13. MAKE STEAM: Giving Maker Education Some Context
  14. The First Make: LED Circuits
  15. Disclaimer - today’s workshop is about the process. You may struggle or not finish a project. That’s okay!
  17. Intermission
  18. Maker Education and Social- Emotional Development https://usergeneratede m/2016/03/29/maker- education-and-social- emotional- development/
  19. LED projects continued: Circuit Stickers and/or Squishy Circuits
  22. •Reflections
  24. Talk About It Talk About It
  25. Write about it. Write About it.
  26. Sketch it Sketch it.
  27. Take a photo or create a video about it Take a photo or create a video about it
  28. Tweet (or snapchat or Facebook) about it. Tweet (or snapchat or Facebook) about it.
  30. Second Make: ● Bristlebots ● Soldering and/or ● Sew Electrics and/or ● Painter’s Cap
  36. Are you a lead learner? Do you model the processes of learning with your learners?
  37. Do you create a safe environment for your learners – where they feel safe enough to take risks?
  38. Do you give learners the time and resources to build personal relationships and PLNs – both face-to-face and online?
  39. Do you suggest and provide resources to help learners become independent with their projects?
  40. Do you help learners with assessing, developing, creating, revisiting, revising?
  41. Do you help learners learn about new technologies?
  42. Do you set up the conditions for learners to get feedback about their projects?
  43. Do you help to normalize ambiguous problem finding and solving; of failure as iterative?
  44. Are you a tour guide of learning possibilities? Do you show learners some possibilities and then get out of their way?
  45. Which of these roles do you want to focus on in your own teaching?
  46. Resources