Hair Raising Experiments at Maker Education Day

ArcAttack! does some amazing experiments with kids at Maker Education Day today.
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  1. Aforementioned reasons there is no doubt one of the best ever pranks as well as experiments, which has been done by the presenter of maker education day. Its kind of weird but funny in the sense of doing it perfectly along with precise manner. Apart from that, it was best among the creative process of learning and gaining the knowledge of hair rising in any places. I am selecting this topic for dissertation help services also.Every bit of these functions was great along with necessary to do well in terms of maker’s day educational activities as well as processing the options to make fun of everything. Thanks for sharing and inventing the new things.

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DALE DOUGHERTY is the leading advocate of the Maker Movement. He founded Make: Magazine 2005, which first used the term “makers” to describe people who enjoyed “hands-on” work and play. He started Maker Faire in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2006, and this event has spread to nearly 200 locations in 40 countries, with over 1.5M attendees annually. He is President of Make:Community, which produces Make: and Maker Faire.

In 2011 Dougherty was honored at the White House as a “Champion of Change” through an initiative that honors Americans who are “doing extraordinary things in their communities to out-innovate, out-educate and out-build the rest of the world.” At the 2014 White House Maker Faire he was introduced by President Obama as an American innovator making significant contributions to the fields of education and business. He believes that the Maker Movement has the potential to transform the educational experience of students and introduce them to the practice of innovation through play and tinkering.

Dougherty is the author of “Free to Make: How the Maker Movement Is Changing our Jobs, Schools and Minds” with Adriane Conrad. He is co-author of "Maker City: A Practical Guide for Reinventing American Cities" with Peter Hirshberg and Marcia Kadanoff.

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