How to Improve Your Student’s Results with Maker Spaces

  • Published July 27, 2017
  • By Dave Catlin

Construit 2017 International  Conference

13th to 16th July University of Warwick, UK

An account of How to Create an Excellent Educational Environment  with Maker Spaces

This video shows the presentation given by Dave Catlin on the 14th July, 2017.

Abstract

If you search for definitions for Maker Space you will find words and phrases like enthusiasm, shared interest and technology. It represents a belief in the value of tinkering. Society has always respected the tinkerer and education have longed to bring their spirit to the classroom. Is it possible? How would you do it? This paper is an account of a school and a teacher who succeeding in achieving these goals. It records how he answered these questions and more importantly, how he created a Maker Space which helped deliver the curriculum, improve student test scores without suffocating the Maker Space spirit of adventure.

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