Gardens of Rabbit Holes – Rough Video
Earlier this year, I was invited by Mary Smith and Karen Richardson to share my experiences and reflections on rapidly expanding K12 Maker movement. I make no claims to originality in this work, but it’s something I ‘ve been working towards for a few years. I wound up with something like an expansion of What’s ideal for Middle School Makers post, exploring how schools can encourage student-driven community learning hubs by means other than tool acquisition. I also had a cutsey set of bullet points.
- Tools at the bottom
- Broad stairs at the top
- Ample Signage
- Drop in anytime!
- No one (has to) go in alone.
I’ve had watching and translating the content from this short talk on my TODO list since it happened, but I obviously haven’t. I’m posting the rough video here, both to motivate me towards some further action and/or share the work as it stands.[youtube http://youtu.be/7GY3Ofcjgb0]
Moving from Keynote -> PPT -> Blackboard presenter munged all of the bullet points, of course. I’ve posted a few of the important slides below as images, so everyone can enjoy the awesomeness of Francessca’s Collabratory.