It is about the process – Maker Teaching
A good maker teacher is also a maker. Pick a skill that you are interested in and dive in! Your work will not be world-class on your first attempt and that is good. Keep that first attempt. And the second attempt. Date them. As you get better, you will be able to show your students what it is like to try something for the first time. You can narrate what you had to do to improve. Kids need to know it is a process and they do not understand if you don’t show them yourself.
There are foam boards in my classroom that have Attempt #1, #2, #3… with the actual models attached. In terms of helping kids develop a growth mindset, there is no substitute for this.