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  1. 1. Be creative and 
 just MAKE it! Martin Ebner This work is licensed under a 
 Creative Commons Attribution 
 4.0 International License.
  2. 2. Do you know the Red Flag Acts?
  3. 3.
  4. 4. The most draconic restrictions and speed limits were imposed by the 1865 act (the "Red Flag Act"), which required all road locomotives, which included automobiles, to travel at a maximum of 4 mph (6.4 km/h) in the country and 2 mph (3.2 km/h) in the city, as well as requiring a man carrying a red flag to walk in front of road vehicles hauling multiple wagons.
  5. 5. Infrastructure Rules, specifications, instructions Teachers Mobility Autonomous driving Life without no more possible
  6. 6. Digital Technologies are 
 much more complex
  7. 7. In the age of artificial intelligence, robots, virtual reality, autonomous driving, even virtual sex and exploding (digital) applications, so called digital-mature and 
 -responsible citizens are needed. Digitale Mündigkeit Bildungskonzil Heldenberg (2017)
  8. 8. L3T’s make it Maker Education

  9. 9. Maker Tools in Education apps hardware (Arduino, Rasperry Pi, Makey Makey) robotics (including drones) 3D Printer programming analog devices and tools
  10. 10. real tools inexpensive modern flexible facilitator enabler co-creator varied job constructionist creative inventor developing competencies active learner sense of achievement Reasons for Making in Education
  11. 11. MakerDays for Kids 2018 an der 
 TU Graz
  12. 12. digital fabrication / modeling corner 3D-printer, Vinyl Cutter
  13. 13. digital fabrication / modeling corner
  14. 14. soldering area
  15. 15. robotic club Ozobots & 
  16. 16. coding club / physical computing BBC micro:bit, Calliope mini &
  17. 17. LEGO construction area each day - another topic
  18. 18. LEGO construction area
  19. 19. manufacturing Turtle stich :-) 
 programable sewing machine
  20. 20. tinkering
  21. 21. media lab Innovative technologies
  22. 22. media lab Cardboard, light- painting
  23. 23. result In summary 126 workshops (14% by Peers) were given and 468 (digital) „products“ were made by 110 children within 4 days. On average each children did 4,3 products during the MAKERDAYS 2018.
  24. 24. Graz University of Technology EDUCATIONAL 
 TECHNOLOGY Graz University 
 of Technology Martin Ebner 
 (Bildungsinformatiker) Slides available at: This work is licensed under a 
 Creative Commons Attribution 
 4.0 International License. @mebner Yes, we care :-)