Learn how to use design challenges to spur creativity in your students
I co-wrote Challenge-Based Learning in the School Library Makerspace with Colleen Graves and Aaron Graves because I wanted to help create a definitive resource on creating and utilizing design challenges in makerspaces. This thorough resource covers everything from getting started, building a maker culture and setting up the physical space of your makerspace to organizing global collaborations, partnering with maker experts and documenting learning with maker journals. We go into detail about how to create design challenge prompts that will spur on creativity in your students. The book includes grade-level specific sections for elementary and secondary that offer curriculum connected challenges and activities. We interview and feature a ton of amazing maker educators from all grade levels and types of schools.
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