SXSW EDU 2018
Maker Ed: How Students Will Change the World Today
With maker tech, our students are learning that changing the world doesn’t have to wait until they work in a lab or run a foundation in some distant future. Students today can obtain and analyze massive amounts of data to discover creative ways to help their communities, from studying migration patterns or asteroid images to monitoring beehives or aquaponic gardens. We will discuss five real-world student projects, their impact on the world, and how you can incorporate them into your classroom.
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- Understand the impact of maker ed in the classroom.
- Understand the social impact of maker ed outside the classroom.
- Learn the hardware and software requirements to get started with maker ed in your classroom.
- Mary West, Engineer, SparkFun Electronics
Mary West, Engineer, SparkFun Electronics