Almost 400 people trained in maker education

On 20 and 21 October, we again organized a Teacher Maker Camp at the Waag, this time together with Cubiss. Teacher Maker Camp is an inspiring technical and creatively challenging training for teachers and library staff. Learning by making is the main target of this multiple-day training. Participants get the chance to learn about new digital skills and techniques, like 2D and 3D designing, vinyl and laser cutting, robotics and 3D printing.

With our Teacher Maker Camps and similar formats, we now have reached almost 400 people in 13 editions, that we helped finding their way in making, digital fabrication and maker education.

The photos of Teacher Maker Camp 2017 can be found at Flickr:

Teacher Maker Camp 2017

Interested in the concept of a Teacher Maker Camp or organize one yourself: take a look at this publication or contact Karien Vermeulen.

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- Thursday 23 November 2017

De nieuwe richtlijn PSD2 geeft banken mogelijkheid om jouw gegevens te delen met derden. Waarom zouden we ons hier zorgen over moeten maken?

- Wednesday 22 November 2017

Fabschool tought a series of classes in the 021 Maakplaats (Makerspace) in Reigersbos. Kinderen got acquainted with new technology such as 3D printers, lasercutters and design software.

- Friday 10 November 2017

As the means of digital fabrication become mainstream, the challenge of the maker movement lies in defining its values of sustainability, openness and critical making more visibly, says Marleen Stikker at the celebration of a decade of Fablab Amsterdam.

- Saturday 04 November 2017

The first Fablabs in The Netherlands emerged in 2007, but we were already looking for a workplace to create prototypes long before.

- Friday 03 November 2017

There is a new Dutch law on the intelligence services. Why do we have to worry about this law? Nina Boelsums explains.