Building a Maker education bibliography

From an #edtech #edtheory perspective, I do appreciate a maker view of education. This framing of education through a making, designing, co-making, iterative lens is helpful to me. Additionally, it connects materiality/technology and humanist priorities in educational discourse. For now, I am building out my bibliography and I am wanting to connect with the scholars in this field.



Maker ed publications

Seymour Papert – Mindstorms

Teaching in the 4th industrial revolution

Dale Dougherty – Free to Make

Garber et al – Makers, Crafters, Educators

Peppler et al – Makeology 2: Makers as learners

McLean – Maker literacies and maker identities

Clapp et al – Maker-centered learning

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