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Humboldt County Office of Education: Maker Movement


Promoting STEAM in the classroom and in the home

The “Maker Movement” in education allows students to practice skills required of the 21st Century learner, skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, innovation, communication and collaboration. Activities can be based in technology or use simple supplies as cardboard, scissors, and duct tape.

When given the opportunity, there is no limit to what a child can create and Humboldt County Office of Education wants to provide the opportunity to the children in our community to feel free to explore, tinker, and invent. We hope that in the near future, this movement will expand into every school and community in Humboldt County.

Make at Home

While we have had to cancel our planned Maker Fair this spring, the Internet is full of STEAM and Maker activities you can do at home. Check out some of the resources below.

Humboldt County Maker Movement
Education at Work Logo
Health Career Education Pathway
Trades Academy
Career Frontiers


Tanya Trump
TPP/WAI Program Manager
Agustin Amaro, M.Ed
Learning Specialist, Language Learner Programs/History-Social Science

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