But Albemarle elementary teacher Andrew Craft is the first to admit that he doesn’t want Maker activities to be confined solely to one room. “Making shouldn’t be isolated. We want to get away from that idea. Makerspaces and classrooms are one and the same,” he says.
And he’s not the only one that feels that way. Moran
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Jay: “The new revolution that’s right on the tip here is invention literacy. So what that means is not a literacy of communicating ideas with words or abstractions like mathematics. But a new kind of literacy. We’re going to create the future in our hands not by talking about ideas. So if invention literacy spreads the way traditional literacy has spread, let’s say we penetrate 95% invention literacy. That means everyone can understand the objects in the world and can create new ones. The world will be reinvented instantaneously. And invention literacy is the 21st century literacy. Even more than coding, even more than mathematics. The ability to recreate our existence.” Full English https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ev_79… Full Espanol Read More: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibrwte1QqUE
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