EBSB’s approach to maker education is one of many. In San Francisco, a K-12 private school called Brightworks School offers no grades or tests. Instead, students pick a topic that is interesting to them and work with professionals and Makers-in-Residence to build a multimedia portfolio to share online. Students have made things like a documentary about San Francisco or a video tutorial on how to make a balsa model aircraft.
…osplayers. I didn’t know what these symbols meant, and my mom sure as hell wasn’t going to tell me. Hate is easier to teach than love because hate gives instant purpose, without any effort, and love is nothing but constant bravery in the face of utter uncertainty.