For this design reflection, a multidisciplinary panel was assembled to review and reflect on the design of an inclusive, informal maker program for middle-school students on and off the autism spectrum. The panelists were selected based on their expertise in maker programming, STEM for students with disabilities, and special education in urban school districts, since all of these are relevant for thinking through design issues that will need to be thought through for the program to expand. Read more.
Martin, W., Vidiksis, R., & Koenig, K. P. (2019). Reflections on redesigning a museum-based maker program for clubs in autism inclusion middle schools. In Rapid Community Report Series.