On maker: Interest. Engagement. Passion. Empowerment. Agency. Joy.

Posted on June 2, 2014 by Astrid

Truly grand article on implementing Maker in schools:

We are learning there are no linear instructional recipes or boxed programs for this work. Instead, maker education represents learning opportunity embedded in a conceptual frame of choice, interest, curricula bending, risk-taking, collaboration, curiosity, inquiry, tool cribs, and time flexibility.

Also very insightful for families, companies or other collaborations. Read and get carried away!

(image from the article)