How to Bring Your Class into a Makerspace and Make the Best of it

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Makerspaces are exciting because they engage people in experiential learning and hands-on projects. They offer many opportunities to develop critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity, communication, and collaboration skills. Here are some suggestions on how to bring your class into a makerspace and make the best of it.

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