I did a quick write-up about Extending Museum Learning with ARIS for Getting Smart, based on the Minnesota History Center’s rapid prototyping workshop, which I was lucky enough to attend at AAM last year.
My second post about Hacker Scouts is up at Getting Smart: Start a Hacker Scout Guild – Here’s How
My review of Larry Ferlazzo’s new book, Self-Driven Learning: Teaching Strategies for Student Motivation (2013, Eye on Education) is up on the Getting Smart blog. It was a pleasure to read and review and is going on my shelf of reference/resource books!
This piece was originally posted on Getting Smart – you can read it here. In the world of DIY, “hacking” is the idea of taking something and modifying it to fit your needs. With the spread of maker culture (think Maker Faire, makerspaces, or the proliferation of knitting clubs), many parents …