On Episode 4, I talk about how to fit making into a traditional classroom. Especially because of the current test-driven environment that exists in our schools. What challenges are you dealing with in your school to get more making into classrooms? What are your successes incorporating making into traditional classes/spaces? How can we shift the conversation in a meaningful way to focus on the value of making in schools?
One of the biggest challenges that I face in my school is convincing teachers that they can incorporate PBL & Making while still covering the state standards that they are compelled to teach. What about you?