Knowledge is power. That's what they say. But knowledge without creation or application in a meaningful way, is merely useless facts and figures. Don't get me wrong, I am not saying that the acquisition of knowledge is a waste of time. I am a teacher after all. I place great value in the acquisition of knowledge. The point I am trying to make here is that knowledge really becomes powerful when it is used to create something and I think is what is driving the Maker Movement and STEAM programs in schools.
Read all about my thoughts on teaching in the 21st Century, my experiences with technology in the classroom, running a Maker Space, launching STEAM and Design Thinking with students, coding, robotics and much more!
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