6 Things to Consider Before Starting Your Makerspace | EdSurge News

  • 1. List the hopes, dreams and ideas you and others have for the space.
  • 2. Define the skills, knowledge and habits that kids will learn or develop in your space.
  • 3. Define the culture for the space.
  • 4. Based on the culture and the desired skills, knowledge and abilities, determine appropriate integration points in the rest of your curriculum and the life of the school.
  • 5. Based on your integration points, define the arc of the year and the projects you are going to include.
  • 6. Design your space and pick the tools based on the decisions above.


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