I was glad to get to chapter 10 because I feel like the focus of our discussions has been on the teachers. How do you see students being leaders in your classroom and, ideally, in your maker classroom? After reading chapter 11, I want to go to a Maker Day! I can see a Maker Day as being a great way to introduce parents (and community members) to a move to making in your classroom or school. What do you think of sharing this with your school community? If you hear of any Maker Days or maker activities, please let this group know.
For next week, read chapters 12 and 13, "Making the Case" and "Do Unto Others."