Month: December 2016

The struggle for quality programming.

Providing a stimulus rich environment is a key to a successful maker space for children (probably for adults as well).   Often children come to Maker Jawn mentally unmotivated.  They are both bored and resistant to stimulation.  A child in this mood will not (in general) initiate a constructive activity for him or herself.  Rather, this mental malaise generally presents itself… Read more →