What if your playground grew up with you? Pop up Playground is a portable, modular playground system designed for life-long use. Parts are easily reconfigured to provide unique challenges, whether you're 5 years old or 50.
Having spent the last ten years in developing I have witnessed how everyone effected by a disaster in a developing country is forced to become a maker. n4.5 years ago we responded to this observation by putting in the first maker space in Haiti
SITU Studio will present the process of designing, fabricating, and installing the new 10,000 sq ft permanent exhibition space at the New York Hall of Science. Split evenly between a studio and workshop space, SITU fully integrates design and making into its practice. Design Lab is a series of five activity areas designed to host an array of STEM and project-based learning activities. Conceived of as sites to foster and promote problem ideation, tinkering, testing, and displaying results - the architecture is intended to be integral to the types of critical discovery and making that is so crucial to the design process.
Making is completely transforming the way kids learn. It is engaging kids in new levels and offering exciting new models to educators. In this presentation from the Director of Programming and Innovation at Edutopia, we'll see some inspiring stories from the front lines of innovation -- how kids of all backgrounds are taking ownership over their learning, deepening their inquiry, and spreading their passion for making to others. We'll also learn some specific take-away tips for how to effectively initiate a maker program in your local school or community. n
Inspiring others to remix the projects you made by sharing online portfolios has become a large part of making. What do you need to consider when creating portfolio practices that work? In this hands-on presentation, we play with DIY documentation stations and discuss open maker portfolios. Learn about the Maker Ed Open Portfolio Project and about what we learned from the amazing community of makers around their practices!n
We've been racing with the Power Racing Series for the past 3 seasons. This year we pulled out all the stops and are introducing our Delorean Time Machine.rnWhen this baby hits 18mph... your gonna see some serious stuff!
Genspace community biolab is showcasing DIY lab equipment and using synthetic biology to modify living organisms. Check out the OpenTron, a DIY liquid handling robot for the lab, and other homebrew equipment.
Alpha One Labs makerspace was founded in July 2009. Promoting radical inclusivity, Alpha One Labs aims to provide a fun, tool rich space for users of all ages and interests to work on projects together.
MakeHartford.com represents our members and will have typical DIY hackerspace projects. Just opened 2014/01/25. We also will work with CTHackerspace.com Will S. and other local hackerspaces to represent a colition of CT hackerspaces.
A hackerspace of ideas for the ''free encyclopedia anyone can edit'', with skill share for Wikipedia and free knowledge, edit-a-thon for undercovered topics, and multimedia corner for photos, video and audio by participants.
CORMUG has been holding free monthly meetups at the Columbus Idea Foundry since 2009. Everyone is welcome to attend whether you own a printer, want to buy a printer, or just want to see what 3D printing is all about.
We provide innovative learning spaces that put the student first, and encourage them to have an entrepreneurial spirit that is supported by the Rutgers University Community and NJ Community of Makers.
Start with $500 and a Power Wheel or any electric kids' ride on vehicle. Get some new batteries, new motor. Heck, some nice new tires, tie LEDs to the hood, sprinkle it with glitter, maybe a feather for class. Now race it!