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.

Contribution Guidelines

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:

  1. The project can be accomplished by students.
  2. The project has already been tested and vetted with students.
  3. 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 protected].