Summer campaigns encourage teachers to become "makers"

05/15/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Mozilla and the National Writing Project will host summertime professional-development opportunities for teachers to learn strategies for incorporating hands-on "maker" projects in their lessons, journalist Suzie Boss writes in this blog post. Educators can get their creativity going by participating in the online Teach the Web to learn how to use Mozilla to develop Web content or NWP's Educator Innovator Network to share ideas with peers about maker projects, she writes.

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