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Maker movement in education

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    • found: Work cat: 2015047214: Makeology, 2016:ECIP introduction, v. 2 (the Maker Movement embodies Do-It-Yourself (DIY) production across a host of domains, ranging from textile crafts to electronics, advanced robotics to traditional woodworking. Across these applications, the Maker Movement is propelled by (a) the introduction of new technologies, like 3D printers, laser cutters and Arduino robotics, that allow for faster prototyping and new forms of digital fabrication; and (b) the rise of the internet, which allows for the sourcing of parts as well as the widespread sharing of ideas...a central facet of the learning promoted by the Maker Movement is that it is interest-driven; today's Maker Movement encourages the making and sharing of artifacts with high personal and social significance, ranging from robotics, 3D printed objects, high-tech fashion, hydroponic gardens, videogames, culinary oddities, textile crafts, and woodcrafts; in short, making and sharing nearly anything. )
    • found: Edutopia www homepage, viewed February 22, 2015(How the Maker Movement Is Moving Into Classroom / Vickie Davis. July 18, 2014)
    • found: Harvard Educational Review, Winter 2014(The maker movement in education / Erica Rosenfeld Halverson and Kimberly M. Sheridan.)
    • found: The promise of the maker movement for education / Lee Martin, in Journal of pre-college engineering education research, v. 5, issue 1, 2015(The Maker Movement is a community of hobbyists, tinkerers, engineers, hackers, and artists who creatively design and build projects for both playful and useful ends. There is growing interest among educators in bringing making into K-12 education to enhance opportunities to engage in the practices of engineering, specifically, and STEM more broadly.)
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    • LB1029.M35
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    • 2016-03-08: new
    • 2016-05-11: revised
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