[hackerspaces] CC-licensed Maker Pedagogy (Lesson Plans, etc)?

Matt Goodman meawoppl at gmail.com
Fri Jun 3 21:50:12 CEST 2011

Great energy in this discussion.  Here at ATX, we talked a lot about doing
outreach demos.  We were thinking of putting together a group of
hacker recipes that wold be great fodder for that sort of thing.  Anyone
else on list interested?  We have a segment of our wiki that has been
growing slowly, but it could use more contributers :)
--Matthew Goodman

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On Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 2:32 PM, Jerry Isdale <isdale at gmail.com> wrote:

> Lindsay Craig of Spark Fun Electronics posted the following note to the
> Open Manufacturing google group:
> Hi all,
> Jerry pointed me towards this discussion after we met at Maker Faire
> in San Mateo. I wanted simply to let you guys know about our free
> teacher supportive materials that we will soon be offering to everyone
> on SparkFun.com. We already have lots of tutorials and what not but we
> are also developing materials to help educators do their job with
> technology they may not have deal with before. Basically trying to
> support all you educators out there. Our Department of Education at
> SparkFun is fairly small and new, but we've got big aspirations. The
> exciting part is that we offer all the educational materials for free.
> This should interest all you homeschoolers. To sign up for our
> Newsletter go to learn.sparkfun.com<http://www.google.com/url?sa=D&q=www.learn.sparkfun.com>.
> Or watch the website and we
> will let you know where you can get those materials the second they
> are official. Here's hoping that hackerspaces can become a larger part
> of the education system.
> http://groups.google.com/group/openmanufacturing/browse_thread/thread/c1134891a86d47b5
> The learn.sparkfun.com site is currently just a signup page but the
> materials Spark Fun is developing look interesting (i got a sneak peek).
>  Most deal with the Spark Fun Inventor Kit (SIK), which is an arduino based
> collection of parts.
> Glad to see a vendor making a sincere effort to promote education.
> Spark Fun also has some decent discount options for hackerspaces and
> educators.
> Jerry Isdale
> http://MauiMakers.com
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