This article, written by Jay Silver, the inventor of the Makey Makey, describes "invention literacy", "creative confidence" and provides great advice for inspiring all youth to make, create and invent.
This is a learning space made by educators for educators; it has been reviewed by teachers and educators who are involved in Makerspaces. Get practical tips for creating Makerspaces as well as an understanding of the benefits for students.
How can a makerspace inspire students? This article looks at two ways that a makerspace can be integrated into your school: either as part of the existing classroom environment or as a separate entity.
This article from August 2016 discusses how the maker movement, combined with school art programs can "invigorate school climate, engage all learners, and save art programming from the risk of being cut."