HONOLULU Family Magazine Blog and Articles
Editorʻs Note: You may have heard about the Maker Movement, where students are encouraged to tinker, create and imagine items, products and solutions. There is a key component to this learning that can give it more meaning—a community component. Michael Fricano II shares how ‘Iolani School establishes partnerships which benefit both the students and others outside the school campus.
In short, we’ll learn:
- How kids can use creations to inspire others.
- Why no one should be afraid to F.A.I.L.
- Three ways you can instill eight positive traits of makers at home.
Your Guide to Hawai'i Education: Lost in education terminology? HONOLULU Family and the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools wants to help.