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What is the "Maker" movement, and how can we effectively and creatively use a school makerspace. How can coding be used to make real objects come to life, allow students to tell stories or solve problems. In this hands-on workshop, we will explore the purpose and philosophy of school-based makerspaces. By adopting a Design Thinking mindset, makerspaces and making can become more than a process of following a recipe for a prescribed product. Instead, it can become a creative environment that values both lo-fi analog creation and coding, 3D design and printing. With the underlying purpose of fostering creativity and innovation, the workshop will help educators frame the purpose of a makerspace to foster problem solving, creation and innovation.


08:30 AM - 03:30 PM General Hours

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