If you’re an advocate for interactive learning, or your students thrive with hands-on activities, a makerspace is a great way to keep students engaged.
A makerspace is a collaborative work space for learning through physically creating different items. From 3D printers to Legos and cardboard, makerspaces come in all shapes, themes, and levels of sophistication.
Makerspaces are tech-optional, but many makerspaces – especially in an era where technology is considered the currency for our educational and professional world – include the latest technological tools.
Inside most classrooms, the teacher, a few pencils, and a chalkboard are the only tools in sight.
A makerspace provides a variety of physical tools to help your students learn through creation and collaboration. Here are just a few tools necessary for…