Thursday, January 8, 2015

Using a larger toolbox

This article from Huff Post about Union College's take on The Maker Movement and the Humanities: Giving Students a Larger Toolbox conveys elegantly what I was trying to say in my last blog post.  Valuable experiences for students' don't have to be boxed into only STEM-related or specific maker space environments.  The discussion around promoting the kind of learning that gives students meaningful and motivating experiences are right up our alley.  It is great to see that some colleges are expanding on what has largely been a movement limited to the primary level and some secondary science classes.

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