Icon for: Bryan Brayboy


Arizona State University ASU, Utah State University, Millersville University

EAGER Makerspace

NSF Awards: 1623453

2018 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 9-12

This video investigates how American Indian youth, communities and teachers engage with culturally connected making activities using high-low tech materials in local and mobile maker spaces, leveraging existing making activities and Indigenous technologies and craft practices often excluded from contemporary definitions of making. By building connections between Indigenous, home, and community-based practices, we will create opportunities for access to and participation in STEM learning, fostering positive youth identity development in STEM and improved school-community relationships.

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