Maker Space in the Classroom

The idea behind the Makers Movement includes allowing people to imagine, envision, create, innovate, play, formatively learn, experiment, collaborate, share, and dream of possibilities. It allows people to finally use technology to create and make. The focus is for students to become better problem solvers as they work through the challenges in Maker Space.

Chandler - Diane Moore

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