Nov 22, 2015

Are You a Maker? 5 School Resources for the Maker Movement

Imagine a classroom where students learn though hands-on experimentation, design and trial and error. Where they build rocket ships out of cardboard and dollhouses with working electricity. Where children's natural instinct to explore their world and to solve problems is encouraged through invention and play.

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