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The DIY or Do-It-Yourself movement of making things is being used by schools to give students a more hands-on approach to learning. (Chris Kindred for NPR)
The DIY or Do-It-Yourself movement of making things is being used by schools to give students a more hands-on approach to learning. (Chris Kindred for NPR)
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The DIY or Do-It-Yourself movement of making things is being used by schools to give students a more hands-on approach to learning.

Here & Now's Eric Westervelt explores the risks and rewards of using making as a teaching tool.

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This segment aired on August 5, 2016.

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