Dublin Maker will host an inaugural event for educators, makers and makerspace facilitators to examine how these spaces can contribute to young people’s education.
An event to encourage people to explore the possibilities of a makerspace will take place online this week.
Educators, makers, youth trainers and anyone who is involved with an educational or public space that could benefit from a makerspace are invited to attend the event on Thursday, 28 January.
Hosted by Dublin Maker, the AssessMake 21 event will demonstrate what makerspaces can bring to communities. Participants will explore the creative possibilities of a makerspace, whether located in schools or outside of formal education spaces.
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