John Seely Brown Discusses Importance of Hands-On Learning


How do you capture the unbounded curiosity and imagination of a child? Researcher John Seely Brown suggests the freedom to allow a child to interact with the world by tinkering with it. At the EdSurge DIY Learning pavilion event, Brown Continue reading

Do It Yourself: “Makerspace” in STEM Education

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When was the last time you made something? Can you remember a moment in your education when you weren’t just drilling into lesson after lesson, and instead picked up a tool and physically built something? STEM education is definitely an Continue reading