"Tinkering as a Mode of Knowledge Production in a Digital Age:
> Eric Siegel: Peers and Colleagues Build Student Confidence
New York Hall of Science Director Eric Siegel describes the optimal museum experience and how we can map those kinds of experiences onto our schools.
> Mike Petrich: An Invitation to The Learning Studio
Exploratorium PIE Co-director Mike Petrich says that engagement means empowerment and tinkering and play could be a regular part of a public school day.
> Jamie Cortez: Try it and Fail
San Francisco artist/performer/teacher Jamie Cortez talks about roadblocks to tinkering and creativity in the traditional school setting.
> Allison Clark: You Can Still Be You and Become a Scientist
Allison Clark of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign gives an up-close "tour" of the Hip Hop Information Technology Tour that empowers students to tinker with technology.
> John Seely Brown: The Open Architectural Studio
Scientist, Speaker, Writer, Teacher John Seely Brown sees creativity lacking in today’s teaching and learning environment."
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