Event Information

Level 5
March 16 - 17, 2017

How can a maker space change the way you design, create and test new ideas? Join this event for an insight into how this process can directly impact students. Register here.

Maker Spaces are environments rich in both tools and materials and encourage students to 'think with their hands'. When maker spaces are present within a culture of design thinking, a unique ecology of problem-finding, innovative thinking and creative play blossoms. In this workshop we will investigate how teachers can leverage children's love of making to develop programs in schools that encourage innovation, problem-finding, creativity, collaboration and problem-solving. We will look at ways that curriculum can support and encourage children to discover problems that will inspire them to seek creative solutions in an engaging and playful environment.

Learn more and register here.