The following extract is from the research paper Education, Knowledge, and Learning. An overview of theories and research about constructionism and making by Lorraine Charles, William Rankin, and Catherine Speight. You can download it for free here.
Welcome to another week of ‘what we’ve been reading’, our weekly round-up of the latest education, making, and learning stories.
The temperature is gradually rising, the flowers are blooming and animals that hibernated over winter are waking up. Easter is the perfect time to take your making outdoors, so from setting up a camera to watch your local fauna to building your own weather station, here are some maker project ideas for you to create. […]
In this short series, we speak to the designers and engineers who created our hero projects at Bett Show 2019 to find out how they built them and what problems they overcame.
Whether you’re a member of the lonely hearts club or team love, Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to make something for someone that you love. So this year, stay away from the traditional flowers, chocolates, and socks, it’s time to get making!
When the USSR launched Sputnik 1 sixty one years ago in October 1957, hotly followed by Sputnik 2 the following month, it signalled the start of the Space Race.
Avye is not your average 11-year-old. Her love for coding and making was sparked when she was only seven, and since then she’s not looked back. She spends most of her weekends attending a code group and even runs her own workshops to teach people coding and robotics.