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Sylvia Martinez is a former aerospace engineer and video game designer, and the co-author of the book, Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom.
You don’t need to spend top dollar to fill this new learning space with tools that engage elementary, middle and high school students, says DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Sylvia Martinez.
DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Sylvia Martinez provides tips on how to combine curriculum, crafts and a dose of creativity in your library makerspace. She is co-author of Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom.
Guest columnist Sylvia Martinez, a speaker at DA’s FETC 2020, says that If you are looking at making and makerspace activities as a way to give students more agency over their own learning, why not start building those habits immediately to send that message early and often.
DA guest columnist and FETC 2020 speaker Sylvia Martinez discusses how creativity is a key component of deep learning and how it can be integrated into the STEM curriculum.
In the past decade, the terms makerspace, hackerspace and fablab have appeared on the horizon. These are new names for what people have always done—come together to fix things, make new things and learn from each other, says DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Sylvia Martinez, who is co-author of Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom.
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