Create. Invent. Make. Learn.
The REMC Classroom Makers (#cmakers) project is a multi-year effort to provide local REMCs with maker training, curriculum and materials to be used with their districts to support and expand curricula and learning. Makering is the convergence of hands-on DIY and technology. It involves problem solving through failure, creativity, exploration and often collaboration.
REMC 12E is participating in this project, and has several kits and/or items for checkout to participating REMC districts in Calhoun and Branch counties. See a list and short description of items available. Please contact Melinda Waffle at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to check out materials.
To learn more about the Maker Movement, you might check out these resources:
- The Maker Movement (Maker Faire)
- Why the Maker Movement Is Important to America's Future (Time)
- What's the Maker Movement and Why Should I Care (Scholastic)
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