Tinkering rolls personalized learning and critical thinking into one powerful package


Picture this: a grandparent working on a car in the garage or a kid figuring out the inner workings of a clock. A group of students with screwdrivers in hand taking apart old desktop computers to learn about circuits. Or a parent encouraging their child to invent contraptions for feeding pets or taking apart everyday objects such as old clocks and doorknobs to figure out how things work.

Tinkering in the modern context is a process of trying something to figure out what works or doesn’t to find your way to...

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  • About the Author:

    Jasmine Escalante is product development and curriculum writer for MindWorks Resources.