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Join our Make In Class Community!

 

The Make In Class Community of Practice is a free and open community, which intends to enhance awareness and to empower competences in the implementation of maker-based activities for early school leaving prevention. The community will offer the opportunity to exchange ideas and resources in order to explore the potential of maker-based activities in creating inclusive environments for disengaged students.

 

Becoming a Make In Class Ambassador

If you are interested in maker- based activity and you want to support the community, you can become a “Make In Class Ambassador”. You will have access to materials and information regarding Maker Education, getting inspired by new ideas and new approaches.

 

Becoming a Make In Class Expert

If you are an expert in maker-based activity and you want to support the community, you can become a “Make In Class Expert”. You will have access to materials and information regarding Maker Education and you can contribute actively by sharing and updating with new tools and materials the OER platform.

 

Ready to get involved?

Please send an email to community@makeinclass.eu with “Ambassador” or “Expert” in the subject line. We will reply by sending you the Make In Class badge.

 

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The Make in Class Pedagogic Handbook is now available!

 

If you are a teacher or educator and you are asking yourself how to implement the maker-based activity in your class, this Pedagogic Handbook can help you.

The Make In Class Pedagogic Handbook contains a collection of original resources for developing, delivering and evaluating inclusive paths for disengaged secondary school students through the implementation of maker-based activities.

Please, feel free to download the draft version and give us your feedback.

DOWNLOAD MAKE IN CLASS PEDAGOGIC HANDBOOK

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The Make in Class Training Programme is now available!

 

If you are a teacher or educator and you are asking yourself if making is for you and how your students can benefit of it, this Training Programme can help you.

The make In Class Training Programme is a modularised training path to promote secondary school teachers’ and educators’ proficiency in implementing inclusive processes for disengaged students through maker-based activities.

Please, feel free to download the draft version and give us your feedback.

DOWNLOAD MAKE IN CLASS TRAINING PROGRAMME

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Make In Class – The third transnational meeting in Munich

The third transnational meeting was successfully held on 30th November – 1st December 2019 in Munich.

FabLab München in collaboration with Gymnasium Neubiberg hosted the Make In Class partnership for the third project meeting.

The day before the meeting the partners were invited to the Open Day organised by Fablab Munchen in order to visit the Fablab, share experiences and meet other makers.

During the first day the partners discussed the activities done and the results achieved. The presentations focused, in particular, on the Implementation and Management activities (Dissemination, Quality Assurance report) and the production of the IO3 Make In Class Training Program.

The second day was dedicated to the introduction of the Make In Class Handbook (IO4), while in the afternoon, the partners discussed the testing methodology, Exploitation and Sustainability strategy and the work plan for the next 6 months.