Designing the classroom as a makerspace allows students to play, experiment, collaborate and express themselves as they learn, writing instructor Stephanie West-Puckett notes in this blog post. She also encourages educators to see all students as creators and find ways to blend interesting "maker" experiences into the curriculum by finding connections between what students are interested in and what they need to learn.
How makerspace classrooms encourage productivity
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