180 Days of Making: How to incorporate experiential learning in ways that will change the world for your students by Michelle Carlson

180 Days of Making: How to incorporate experiential learning in ways that will change the world for your students

Book Title: 180 Days of Making: How to incorporate experiential learning in ways that will change the world for your students

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1535582898

Author: Michelle Carlson


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Michelle Carlson with 180 Days of Making: How to incorporate experiential learning in ways that will change the world for your students

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If you believe in joyful education that allows kids to discover their passions and prepares them to live their dream life, this book is for you. All kids deserve to believe that they can pursue their dreams, not as pie in the sky illusions, but as the real possibility of something better. I have seen this happen for countless young people, who have beat the odds when everything was stacked against them. Now, I invite you to join me on my mission to make joyful learning and actualized dreams a reality for all kids through maker education. There are a lot of books out there on the Maker Movement, so how is this one different? Creating a class around making is not an easy task...until you’ve done it. We did it. And our program was wildly successful. Unlike other books, 180 Days of Making offers the perfect storm of the “why” and the “how.” It reads like a hybrid documentary and visionary manifesto; a broad strokes road map for integrating making in your school, including all of the pieces necessary to create your own middle school elective course. This is the real-world application of a teaching philosophy we know works; with the full detail of how we made it happen, so you can too.