Educator shares 3 models for turning classrooms into "maker" spaces

05/15/2014 | EdSurge

Schools can integrate "making" into the curricula to help facilitate deeper learning, educator Aaron Vanderwerff writes in this blog post. He writes that his school uses three different models -- open-ended student-driven projects, integration into curriculum and a "making-focused" curriculum. Vanderwerff suggests starting small, considering how "making" could be integrated into existing curricula and to just start "making."

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