After reading about Make Magazine in Invent to Learn by Sylvia Martinez and Gary Stager, I immediately ordered some back issues and took out a subscription. Make has quickly become an essential resource for me!
The format has changed slightly and increased to six issues per year so there’s just enough time between issues to read it from cover to cover, explore the many online resources that accompany the articles and try some of the projects yourself!
I now have copies of Make in our eLearning Room and have noticed that students have also started to take an interest in it. The recent special feature about Drones and the amazing PiPad Raspberry Pi Tablet were some favourites that inspired our students to read, explore and create their own Maker projects.
Image from the Make Magazine article, Kickstart a Kids’ Makerspace at