This article offers seven practical tips for creating a makerspace using examples from experts who share insights on planning and execution. Makerspaces are informal workshop environments where students can invent, tinker, and build to increase exposure to STEM subjects and technical disciplines. Topics include ideas to establish a maker culture and involve other stakeholders.
This article is a great starting point for anyone ready to dive into the world of makerspaces. To accompany this resource, you can also read ‘Making’ as a (Student-Centered) Approach to Learning and EdSurge’s blog “What’s Next for Maker Education.”
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