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Professional Resources: Makerspace

Tools, tips, readings, links, and more for teachers

Makerspace Defined

Makerspace is an initiative to bring exploration, creation and hands-on learning into the lives of students - both during and after school. Children and teens build circuits and robots, learn about coding and work on other engaging crafts.

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MakerBridge
Makerspace Resources on OER Commons
Articles on Making
Coding
Stop Motion Animation
Books in the WSA Library

MakerBridge

Makerspace Resources on OER Commons

OER Commons is a digital library where educators can find resources to develop, support and amplify their maker space practices. The site is searchable by subject, grade level or standard. Users can also filter results to include topics, such as activities and labs, games, videos, lesson plans, and interactive tools.

MAKERSPACE-RELATED RESOURCES ON OER COMMONS  (Activities and Labs):

Articles on Making

Coding

Stop Motion Animation

Books in the WSA Library - Professional Reading

Books in the WSA Library - Robotics & Electronics

Books in the WSA Library - DIY

Books in the WSA Library - Paper Arts

         

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