The DIY and Maker movement has gathered momentum in the last year, which coincides with the “show what you know” and proficiency-based learning model. We’ve seen increased use of science and engineering kits like SparkFun in high schools and colleges as well as Maker Faires and Hackathons to spark new innovation in a hurry. Here’s an idea for a new kind of boy scouts: Hacker Scouts.
The idea is that students, parents and educators gather together to create things and take on challenges — all learning processes. Learn more in the infographic below: