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Teach Me to MakerHappen: An Educator's Guide to Makerspace in the Classroom (spiral-bound)

  • $ 4000


 

Create and implement a Makerspace in an educational setting on any budget.  

The intent of this manual is to guide an educator through the process of establishing or reviving a Makerspace on their campus. It considers all the necessary components of successful implementation: establish a location, define leadership, let go of old thinking and learn through making. 

This guide is a workbook with reflection activities and tools embedded in each section. Research coupled with practical application result in learning that imbues creativity, originality and skillful discussion and evaluation of work.

When you order, you will receive a printed book as well as be emailed a download with access to a zipped folder full of great resources to put in your maker toolbox.

These resources include: 

  • 3-2-1 Activity
  • Assess Your Mindset Self-Survey
  • Community Involvement Brainstorming Activity
  • IDEAmat for Elementary, Secondary, Location, and Planning
  • Leadership Support Spectrum Activity
  • MakerHappen Rubric
  • Makerspace Philosophy Activity
  • Parent Community Letter template - English
  • Parent Community Letter Template - Spanish

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Teach Me to MakerHappen: An educator's Guide to Makerspace in the Classroom was developed by Joseph Kanke, Trish Durr, and Lana Cecil.

Joseph Kanke is an Instructional Coach working under the Write for Texas grant at Region 13 ESC. In his seven years as a high school English teacher he always looked for original approaches to engage students; the maker revolution is a perfect extension of this innovative spirit.

Trish Durr is an Elementary Instructional Coach with 14 years of experience in education. She joined the maker movement after attending SXSWedu in 2015.  She quickly became deeply entrenched in research, modeling, and shaping Makerspaces across Central Texas.  It is her hope that every child has access to Make. 

Lana Cecil is a teacher and Instructional Coach with 18 years’ experience. She has a passion for research, relationship building, and student achievement. Some accomplishments include: co-creator- and presenter of the Instructional Coach Endorsement program, Advanced Coaching Elements, Coach Like a ROCKSTAR, M13: MakerHappen, as well as a pioneer for the Virtual Coaching Program.