When I began talking with folks from the National Writing Project last year, we hit on the idea that getting teachers to see themselves as makers was a great way to encourage making in schools.
Technical writing is skill that all learners need to gain. Here’s a great story about a partnership with MAKE Magazine and the National Writer’s Project. Teachers write directions on how to make things like drawbots, flickering mood lights, stop-frame animation, and snap-circuit jewelry.
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