Recently the make movement itself has gained some particular momentum over the last year. Some of this itself can be part due to the call to action from the white house as well as the president’s second annual nation of maker’s event and proclamation. In more detail just this year alone maker ed, digital promise, and the school superintendents association gathered commitments from school leaders.
The commitments in general that was gathered from the school leaders included one to expand making in districts and schools throughout our nation. In more detail to this in order for the maker movement as well as the maker education to truly get embedded within the schools itself the district as well as site level administrative support is very critical for it.
A core component of making is empowering students to create something meaningful and to see the impact of their work in the world around them.
~Gina Silveira & Jessica Parker

Key Takeaways:

Maker education is more about mindset than anything else.
Teachers need permission to try new things and expand the teaching horizons. They need this permission!
This is not a one-size-fits-all approach and there are many factors that are involved in using the Maker Education approach.

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