Our goal is to create a broad and deep repository of teacher-vetted projects, all shared and freely available here. These projects may be a part of any topic, subject, grade level, standard, time duration, or skill level and use any number of tools and materials.
This site will become a central stop to contribute your own projects and experiences, as well as seek out ideas and inspiration from like-minded educators and members all across the world.
We are actively working on organizing this effort and setting up easy-to-use, intuitive systems to allow for contribution and sharing.
Join us in writing a collaborative, vetted, non-linear, electronic, co-editable guide for “A Course in Making.” This project library will cover a wide range of practices, approaches, and subject matters — just as making does.
There are many ways you can contribute:
- Write up a complete project guide that you have already done with students.
- Develop a set of projects that link together or represent a progression of activities.
- Modify, edit, or customize an existing project, based on your own experiences.
- Outline a how-to set of instructions for a classroom project from introduction to exhibition
- Connect existing projects to curriculum standards, or, more generally, relevant concepts and content
Basic criteria for projects in the project library:
- The project can be accomplished by students.
- The project has already been tested and vetted with students.
- The parts and supplies are widely available.
We are actively working on creating a back-end system to allow for easy submissions and contributions.
If you would like to submit a project or for more information, please contact email@example.com.