The Role of Maker Education and a Design-Centric Approach in the Classroom

I had a passion for creating and inventing. But my education didn’t leverage my interests. Instead, it discouraged them.

These words were spoken by the founder and CEO of littleBits, Ayah Bdeir, who is also an engineer, artist, and avid supporter of the maker education movement. Bdeir emphasizes the need for a more hands-on approach to learning in schools to aid children in imagining a completely new reality that they can strive toward.

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