Greatmakerspaces are unique to your school community, vibrant for now, and sustainable into the future.
Taking the time to develop an innovation strategy for your school district, or even your individual schools or classrooms, could be more important now than ever before.
Mydefinition of what a makerspace isdrives every decision I make for my makerspace, and that includesselecting the right products for my makerspace.
The World History students at my school recently embarked on a maker journey, related to their content area, and shared their maker stories through a video reflection.
We strongly believe thatmakerspaces should be unique learning environments that encourages tinkering, play, and open-ended exploration for all.
One of the questions I am asked most frequently by educators, in terms of makerspaces, is for lesson plans, project ideas or templatesthat I have that they can use in their makerspace.
Perhaps one of the most important lessonsI learned is the role an inspiring environment can play in helping to create a dynamic community and culture.
“You don’t build it for yourself. You knowwhat the people want and you build it forthem.”—Walt Disney