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RILINK Summer Conference 2014: Makerspaces in School Libraries: Curriculum

"Our hope is that the agents of change will be the students themselves." -- Makerspace Playbook School Edition, Spring 2013

Making Sense of Makerspaces to Support Curriculum

Review how participatory learning and the New Media Literacies enhance student learning:

Get Buffy Hamilton's take on the maker movement and school libraries:

More insight by Buffy Hamilton on makerspaces in support of participatory learning:

The following slide from Buffy Hamilton's presentation (linked above) nicely encapsulates some core pedagogical principles of integrating makerspaces into the curriculum: 

The author's goal is to combine makerspace projects with "more natural and engaging process of learning."

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