Last week I delivered a keynote at the Big Sky Global Tech Summit in Big Sky Montana. Teachers at a local school in Big Sky have purchased a decommissioned school bus from their board and are busy transforming that bus into a mobile makerspace. Reflecting on the past 4+ years of MakerBus fun that Kim, […]Read more "Top Ten Essential Pieces of Advice for Anyone Starting a Makerspace (Part 1)"
Here at the MakerBus we’ve had the privilege of testing a lot of different tools and ideas with a lot of different audiences. From developing a teen literacy module that taught at-risk youth to build their own drones, to trying to set a World Record, to building a 3D printer on a kitchen table, we’ve […]Read more "Five Maker Tools We Don’t Recommend"
Welcome to a new regular series on our blog, Makerspace Math. This series will focus on the “M” in STEAM, offering practical tips, tutorials, and ideas for incorporating math education into your makerspace. How 3D Printers Can Help With Math Education One of the most amazing things about 3D printing is its ability to make intangible […]Read more "Makerspace math: How 3D printers can help with math education"
Being an educator is exhausting and something it can be difficult to come up with new, exciting ideas that make students passionate about learning. Luckily for you, we share our secrets at the MakerBus and we’ve made a top three list of “hacks” that will help create unforgettable maker projects in your classroom or library […]Read more "Three hacks to create unforgettable maker projects in your classroom or library"