How to Run an AWESOME After School Makers Club

How to Start an Awesome Makers Club

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How to Run an AWESOME After School Makers Club

Whether you already have a thriving makerspace or are just starting out, forming an after-school Maker Club is ideal for diving deep into projects and building up a culture of making in your school. Learn strategies and tips for advocating for an after-school club with your administration. Learn about setting norms and procedures for your students, balancing design challenges with free exploration and creating a reflection and sharing piece for students.

How to Run an Awesome After-school Makers Club from Diana Rendina

Watch the video : Presented for Florida Library Webinars on July 6, 2016

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Challenge-Based Learning in the School Library Makerspace

Challenge Based Learning in the School Library Makerspace

My book that I co-wrote along with Colleen and Aaron Graves.  Much of this presentation is based off of the content of this book, so if you find this presentation valuable, you’ll probably like the book too.

In this book, we go into depth about how to create a maker culture within your school, develop an interactive learning space and more.  We discuss the logistics of hosting maker workshops, creating design challenge prompts and documenting the learning process.

 

 

 

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