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Maker Spaces:

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K. Harmon

on 16 April 2016

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Transcript of Maker Spaces:

Why create a Makerspace in your library?
STEM, STEAM, STREAM...
The Future STREAMlab
Upgrade the space
planning/consolidating/furnishing
Computer Lab becomes STREAMlab
Purchase equipment
Silhouette Cameo - Check!
Arduino kits -Check!
3D printers & scanners - In the works!
Find time/staffing
High School Assistants - senior project potential
Parent/Community volunteers

See it to Believe it!
So many cool ways to teach and learn...
What is a Makerspace?
a place where people can share tools and ideas to make things!
STREAM Lab
NKN Middle School
Maker Mondays:
May 4th: Magazine parachutes
May 11th: Spagetti Towers
May 18th: Upcycle a Car
October 5th: Kite Building
November 2nd: Mystery Challenge
Every Thursday after School!
Maker Spaces:
Examples:
Cartm Recycle
Donated materials:
bottle caps (wheels,)
number 6 plastic clamshells (shrinky dink material)
skewers (axles)
magnets
balloons
stuffed animals on loan!

Creating Motivating, Engaging
Workspaces for everyone...

http://www.shoppeople.org/
http://www.neptl.org/
http://www.adxportland.com/
They can be found in schools.
They can be a gathering of like-minded people.
They can be a library of tools loaned out.
They can be a place to realize your dreams.
Common Core/SBAC
21st Century Skills
critical thinking and problem solving
creativity and innovation
communication and collaboration
visual literacy
scientific and numerical literacy

https://www.pinterest.com/kibrarian/makerspace/
*Meet those pesky standards
Arts
Research
/Reading
http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2013/a-young-picasso-or-beethoven-could-be-the-next-edison/
Makerspaces can be:
large,
small,
simple,
complex,
on a cart,
in a room,
shared between multiple rooms.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
http://techblog.evan-moor.com/2014/08/22/from-stem-to-steam-to-stream-forget-the-acronyms-and-teach-it-all/
Adding the R to STEAM, to make STREAM is one way that STEM classrooms are connecting with the Common Core. A focus on literacy is a big component of Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects.
In addition, Makerspaces provide opportunities to research, apply mathematics in a real world setting, and persevere through challenges. Makerspaces are collaborative environments where students work together to solve problems.

The jury is still out...
http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702304020704579278060483138096


Support content teachers with compelling resources.
Fill underutilized spaces.
Level the playing field for low SES students.
Create opportunities for student driven learning.
Have fun!
But Why?
Websites:
A Librarian's Guide to Makerspaces: 16 Resources

Designing a School Makerspace


*because that seems to be consuming quite a bit of our time these days...
Find a partner.
Build the tallest tower with only the provided materials in the allotted time (10 minutes.)*
6 - magazine sheets
3 - feet of tape
*Tower must bear the weight of two sandwich cookies.
http://www.edutopia.org/blog/designing-a-school-makerspace-jennifer-cooper
http://www.p21.org/our-work/p21-framework
Activity
A very large THANK YOU to:
OASL for the $1,000 Connie Hull Grant to help me pursue this project!
With the money I was able to purchase, three Arduino kits and all sorts of accessories and supplies for the space, and a new collection specifically geared towards MAKING things!
Also a big help!
Resources:
http://oedb.org/ilibrarian/a-librarians-guide-to-makerspaces/
3D Printed Hands
Ozobot
IRobot Create 2
Lego Robotics
http://www.edutopia.org/blog/designing-a-school-makerspace-jennifer-cooper
Learning and Innovation Skills:
Framework for 21st Century Learning
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eL5sSIEGK9hXo6Ur9-JLQ1WG3L6jOOiFrEUs8i-_gxc/edit?usp=sharing
NKN STREAMlab Book Titles Below:
alger@saitama
heisei.ed.jp
Interested in the \"Say Hey" Project??
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