A group talking about maker learning

Community members aren’t just advocates for your maker learning program. They are your collaborators.

Break down classroom walls. Parents, local businesses, museums, and nonprofits can be mentors for students or users of their latest projects. Bring everyone to the table to help make your maker learning program.

Families

Family Creative Learning facilitator guide by Ricarose Roque
Bring families together after school to experience maker learning firsthand.

Local businesses and organizations

Stakeholder analysis worksheet for identifying potential partners
Leverage insights from Digital Promise’s work on Education Innovation Clusters to supercharge your program in your region.

Local Media

Promoting your program in the press
Engage with local print and broadcast media to tell your story far and wide.

Additional resources

Teaching and learning


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