K-12 Spaces

The Classroom or Library as a Makerspace

Article By: Medium

"Public focus on maker education often centers on flashy technology, but it is more than just that. Maker education is about building educational experiences that are based in the real world, that allow student choice, and that achieve multiple objectives." (https://sparkfuneducation.com/what-is-maker-education.html).

"The idea that students must be seated at desks working in rows is quickly becoming archaic. Technology and collaborative work environments are changing the design of learning spaces."(Learning Environment: 20 Things Educators Need to Know about Learning Spaces).

"School works when students have opportunities to produce quality work about issues that matter. Education works when people have opportunities to find and develop unaccessed or unknown voices and skills." (Student Choice Leads to Student Voice).