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As wonderful as it is to create a makerspace, it’s not hard to imagine creating an un-makerspace as described in this blog entry. The included jobs are also powerful. Given how much stuff human beings generate, there should be ample stuff.

Simply put, a makerspace is a place for students to take raw materials and create “things” using their imagination. . .To create an un-makerspace, I simply turned my classroom into a space where kids could take things apart.

Source: Dissecting the un-Makerspace: Recycled Learning


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