NEXMAP sparks kids’ imaginations, teaches simple circuitry, and fosters critical thinking.

Paper meets electronics – NEXMAP reimagines literacy and hands-on learning, connecting creative inquiry and artistic practice with electronics, open data, and personal fabrication. We’re opening up a new kind of innovation for all learners, one that responds directly to the question: What does it mean to be future-ready?


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Circuit Stickers, Notebook Hacking and Learning as Debugging

It's not just about learning electronics.
It's about learning learning.

Howard Rheingold
Futurist
@hrheingold

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Hacking the Notebook to Illuminate Your Thinking

I like that it really made me think bigger than the classroom...what I learned is a) cool and b) actually applicable. If feel like we get too wrapped up in one subject at school and don’t take time to integrate so this was a nice change.

       - Sophomore, Waxahachie Global                   High School, Waxahachie, TX

Molly Adams
National Writing Project Teacher Consultant                                         Waxahachie ISD                            @finchgirl10

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Hack Your Notebook with Paper Circuits Reflection

I think my students will have a greater natural desire to make and create through problem solving as opposed to more formal controlled scientific experiments. These are important, but I think students are missing the opportunity to play and tinker as a scaffold to structured inquiry.

Andrea Pokrzywinski
Science Teacher and Distance Learning Instructor
Lower Kuskokwim School District, AK
@andreaupnorth