Second Thoughts on the Maker Movement: The Promise and Pitfalls
Don Wettrick withSylvia Martinez, Ginger Lewman
Today we talk with our guests about the maker movement, its connection to project based learning and the promise it holds for the future.
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October 10, 2014 InnovatED
Sylvia Martinez is co-author of Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering the Classroom, a book that has been called the "bible of the maker movement for classrooms". She speaks and writes around the world to advocate for authentic learning using real world design principles, modern technology, and hands-on experiences. Ginger Lewman, @GingerLewman, works at ESSDACK, a nonprofit educational service center. She is a Keynoter & Consultant; GoogleCertifiedTeacher; SiloKiller; Co-Creator LifePractice PBL and a teacher of Project Based Learning.
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