Category Archives for : Laura Fleming
Participatory MakingMy history with littleBits began in 2013 when my school created a littleBits bar in our makerspace, and our experiences. Read More
MAKE Time for Learning in the Summer…At Home!
For me, one of the most powerful pieces of the Maker Movement is that it is based on the belief.Read More
Makerspaces Around the World
“You grow more when you get more people’s perspectives.” ~ Mark Zuckerberg One of the most rewarding parts about writing.Read More
Out of the Box Approach to Planning Makerspaces
Don’t think outside the box…Think like there is no box. ~ Unknown One of the most rewarding experiences in writing.Read More
We Love Books, Just as Much as Makerspaces: The Story of How Our Students Built Our Collection
Something that bothers me so much is when I read articles that talk about how libraries are becoming Makerspaces. Our.Read More
Do students need to follow a specific process for making and creating in a Makerspace?
In a recent blog post, I presented the 7 Attributes of a GREAT Makerspace. These attributes are meant to serve.Read More
The Challenge Great Makerspaces democratize learning. They make materials, supplies, and concepts available and accessible to all learners. By properly.Read More
Making GREAT Makerspaces
My work with schools across the Nation on planning and creating Makerspaces has proven to me that while anyone can.Read More
Kick Off A BYOT Initiative In Your Makerspace!
The current generation of students has grown up with technology and uses it in every aspect of their daily lives.Read More