Top Ten Makerspace Favorites of 2016

Laura Fleming, Worlds of Learning, Dec 21, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Fun toys: a list. I like the one where you saw your own balsa wood planks and build stuff. "We noticed an important shift in Maker Education.  Once driven by STEM and makerspace in a box types of kits, we are seeing much more of an emphasis on open-ended exploration and stocking makerspaces with materials that foster that. "

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