I’ve had one cohort of kids...They were with me last year and then they came back and did a more advanced maker club this year, and so the way that they approached these challenges is so different. They have this mindset where they need to plan and then [confer] and then make a first prototype. And when they see that that’s not good enough, they’ll go back to the planning board … [Read more...]
About Adam V. Maltese
Adam V. Maltese is associate professor of science education at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.