MAKING MAKERS

Together, Kids Learning CodeMaker KidsTIFF and Toronto Public Library, have developed comprehensive, maker curriculum for educators who work in formal and informal learning environments with the objective of increasing Toronto youth access and engagement with advanced technology and digital tools!

The workshops and activities allow youth to create something with purpose, driven by their own vision and also empower teachers to be makers.

The collaborative hosted “Train the Trainer” Symposiums wherein the educators can learn how to run and modify activities by doing them.

Lead Organization:
Kids Learning Code

Project Goal:
Our workshops and activities allow youth to create something with purpose, driven by their own vision and also empower teachers to be makers.

Project Tags:
2013 CCP, Arts, Games & Game Design, Webmaking, Youth Development & Leadership

Project Portfolio

  • Documentation

    Open Educational Curriculum - Impact Story

    Showcasing the value of creating teaching kits and open educational resources, the curriculum of the Making Makers collaboration inspired the Georgina Public Libraries to remix the content for their community.

    Read a first hand review of the impact of making use of the Making Maker resources.

  • Teaching Resources

    Project Site

    Overview of project, collaborators and links to resources.