Digging for tech “gold” in the Scrap-heap

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Many times, all that is needed is a trip to the scrap heap to find many opportunities for learning and further exploration of STEM subjects like Computer Science and programming. Whenever you need to find ways to excite young learners, you do not need to rely on expensive pre-prepared lessons and kits, just take a look at your local scrap-heap (using proper security measures) for inspiration! Continue reading

STEM and SPACE in Hawai’i

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Jerry Isdale is working with the Maui Makers in Hawai’i and director of the SpaceGAMBIT program linking makerspace space technology interests around the world. This is an amazing program for makerspaces and Makers of all types. Continue reading

Crowd-Funding a STEMulate Learning Makerspace

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I am planning another crowd-funding effort to create a mobile STEMulate Learning makerspace / hackerspace that can travel between local public schools to aid teachers, using Make’s Makerspace model. your comments welcome and very much appreciated! Continue reading