The May 2015 issue of School Library Journal is all about the maker movement and makerspaces in libraries.
One article of particular interest explores the question "do making and tinkering lead to learning?" This question is of interest because school libraries are all about learning. We can't afford to spend time on activities that don't offer opportunities for deep thinking and understanding. This article offers suggestions based on research for ways we can have making that is meaningful for students.
Click the link below or turn to page 24 in your print copy to read more...
How to Ensure that Making Leads to Learning