The Maker Movement and Gifted Ed: The Perfect Combination!

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Many thanks to Krissy Venosdale @Venspired for filling in as moderator at last week’s chat. Krissy is a member of the #gtchat Advisory Board and the Innovation Coordinator at The Kinkaid School in Houston, TX. Her passion is undeniably the Maker Movement. You can read more at her blog.

Below please find links to the incredible resources shared during this chat by Krissy and chat participants.

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Global #gtchat Powered by the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented is a weekly chat on Twitter. Join us Fridays at 7E/6C/5M/4P in the U.S., Midnight in the UK and Saturdays 11 AM NZST/9 AM AEST to discuss current topics in the gifted community and meet experts in the field. Transcripts of our weekly chats can be found at Storify. Our Facebook Page provides information on the chat and news & information regarding the gifted community. Also, checkout our Pinterest Page and Playlist on YouTube.

Head Shot 2014-07-14  About the author: Lisa Conrad is the Moderator of Global #gtchat Powered by TAGT and Social Media Manager of the Global #gtchat Community. She is a longtime advocate for gifted children and also blogs at  Gifted Parenting Support. Lisa can be contacted at:


Making Matters! How the Maker Movement Is Transforming Education

Be a Maker

Live Binder Maker Spaces

Live Binder Maker Space Tools Project

Kim’s MakerEd/Makerspace Livebinder

Live Binder Maker Faire Materials

Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom (Amazon)

The Invent to Learn Guide to Fun (Amazon)


My Disney Class

Maker Education

Inspiration for Starting a Makerspace

Sensational Books for Maker Education


Create an Engineering Mystery Bag Challenge for Kids

Exploratorium: The Tinkering Studio Sketchpad

Innovation Lab – The Space

How to Add a Makerspace to Your Classroom

Make Your Own Ant-Man Suit! – Homemade How-to! (YouTube)

Naeir Resource Exchange

Constructing Modern Knowledge

Constructing Modern Knowledge 2015

21 Everyday Objects You Can Hack From a Bacon Sandwich to a Pencil to Your Cat

Sketch Play (pdf)

Paper Roller Coasters

Posted on August 5, 2015, in Creative Thinking, Education, gifted education, Krissy Venosdale, STEM, Technology and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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