Tinkering and Innovating in Education
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The new rules for crafters, hackers and tinkerers - The Globe and Mail

The new rules for crafters, hackers and tinkerers - The Globe and Mail | Tinkering and Innovating in Education | Scoop.it

"The Maker Movement Manifesto: In the spirit of making, I strongly suggest that you take this manifesto, make changes to it, and make it your own. That is the point of making." --Mark Hatch is CEO of TechShop, a membership-based, do-it-yourself (DIY) makrerspace.

 

Brief List explained more in the book!
1. MAKE
2. SHARE
3. GIVE
4. LEARN
5. TOOL UP
6. PLAY
7. PARTICIPATE

ghbrett's insight:

The book is a great starting point for learning about the Maker Movement. Mark does a very nice overview in his article cited here.

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Nova Labs | Rediscover the joy of making things

Nova Labs | Rediscover the joy of making things | Tinkering and Innovating in Education | Scoop.it

"Nova Labs is a nonprofit MakerSpace located in Reston, Virginia. We provide the space and tools to grow a community where enthusiastic collaborators of any skill level can converge to make things.

 

Our interests include: Inventing, Learning, Prototyping, Biology, CNC, Teaching, Electronics, Robotics, 3D Printing, Computer Programming, Machining, Microcontrollers, Woodworking, Networking, IT Security, Knitting and Crocheting, Mechanical Engineering, Sewing, Silkscreening, Arts and Crafts, And much, much more.

 

Nova Labs, Inc. is nonprofit corporation managed by a Board of Directors and organized exclusively for educational and scientific purposes as defined by section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Nova Labs is a sponsored project under School Factory. All donations submitted to School Factory (c/o Nova Labs) are tax deductible."

from source: https://www.nova-labs.org/

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I plan to visit these labs as soon as I can. The next two week I'll be out of town, but when I get back, I intend to visit their facilities and report back to you all.

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