Makerspaces are known as locations for experimentation, collaboration, and innovation. They can also be known as learning centers for service, accessibility, and equality. Visit with a makerspace author panel including Diana Rendina, Gina Seymour, and Heather Moorefield-Lang. We’ll discuss challenge-based learning, maker service projects and other exciting developments in the field of school library makerspaces and how they can engage your learners.
Participants will learn about how challenge based learning and maker service projects fit into school library makerspaces.
Participants will get an overview of the trends and issues in school library makerpspaces.
Participants will interact with authors of makerspace resources and have the opportunity to ask questions and get feedback.