Printing entire buildings or airplane wings? How about 3D printing with silkworms? Check out cool tech from the conference. (SXSW: 3D printers & “wearables,” the most talked about technology trend at SXSW.
Marvell to Launch IoT Maker Kit EE Times In describing Kinoma Create, Hoddie, now Marvell's Kinoma vice president, told us, "It is a developer prototyping device that leverages our software work to open the 'maker' movement to many more people.
Scientific American (blog) Need a Hand? Now You Can Print One Scientific American (blog) The “3d Mechanical Hand – Maker Movement” began with a prop designer in Bellingham, WA and a carpenter in South Africa.
This is the video archive of a webinar hosted by Atomic Learning as part of a series called, “Education Eavesdrop”. Education Eavesdrop Why School Leaders Should Know About the Maker Movement from Atomic Learning ...
A business movement focused on the little guy Fortune Make Magazine and Maker Faire, Maker Media's two largest endeavors, have spawned Maker Spaces -- places where people gather to tinker and build -- around the globe; Maker Shed, a marketplace for...
John Parker's insight:
And this is exactly why they need to be located in our schools and neighborhood community centers
When I tell people I'm researching environmental issues in Fab Labs, there is often a mysterious response: “are you being ironic?” Um, no… why? I'm not sure I understand this reaction. Is it because people see Fab Labs as ...
UAT now enrolling students in nation's first BS in Digital Maker and ... PR Newswire (press release) "The Digital Maker and Fabrication movement is as big for technology innovation as the dawn of the Internet," says Dave Bolman, PhD, UAT Provost.
Attend the ALSC webinar, "Maker Programming for Kids: No Makerspace Required" with Cindy Wall and Lynn Pawlowski, Children's Librarians, Southington Library and Museum. (RT @alscblog: Bring #makerspace movement to your #library!
108 eighth grade students are designing and building their own library, and you can own a piece of it. (If we raise $75k for our X-Space school library project, the Quest Foundation will contribute another $30k!
John Parker's insight:
Yes and YES. This idea is the answer to many questions that I've been asked lately.
ISTE 2014 Sneak Peek – Virtual Conference Archive. The conference was held online on Feb. 13, 2014. The archive is here for my session, Top Ten Classroom Tools of the Maker Movement: moderated by Vinnie Vrotny.
You walk into a place. You have nothing but an idea in your head. You sit at a computer, launch a programme, and start messing around. You click and drag a rectangle into place, add a circle, join to a triangle, punch a hole, and assign material.
The Maker Movement. Larry Ferlazzo at edweek compiled responses from award winning educators on how the The Maker Movement can best be integrated into classroom learning. …Tinkering is a powerful form of learning ...
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