Monthly Archives: August 2016

Hacking and Makerspaces in Schools

Why is it that hacking is gaining popularity? Or why do people hack? Hacking, as defined by the Merriam Webster’s Dictionary has several definitions. The definition that seems to have become popularly used is: to manage successfully. Why do people … Continue reading

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More on 3D Printing in Elementary

The more I watch students with 3D printers, the more I am convinced that every classroom should have one that is actively used. Over a year ago, I wrote about lessons for students through 3D printing. After an entire school … Continue reading

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And Just like that….

The Barron Park Maker Studio, Palo Alto Unified School District’s first Makerspace, is entering its third year tomorrow and just like that it has become an integral part of the school’s fiber, the school’s culture, the school’s daily life while … Continue reading

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