makerspace

Why It's Important
Makerspaces come in all shapes and sizes, but they all serve the same purpose - a gathering place for students to collaborate, design, and build. This type of environment is used to facilitate the design thinking process; allowing educators to teach concepts like empathy and problem solving.
Makerspace Layout
visual technology
Data shows that most kids process information more efficiently though sight therefore students benefit by being able to see something in a larger-than-life mode.
ideation space
As the lessons moves from theory to ideation, students need a space to brainstorm and work through ideas.
student work display
A display provides an opportunity to learn from each other and to appreciate the work of others, nurturing empathy, respect, and a strong sense of classroom community.
material exchange
Dedicating a space to reusing materials helps reduce waste and conserve energy and resources. This give-and-take system can create community and alleviate the burden of purchasing materials.
tools and tinkering
An area where kids can learn through trial, error, and exploration. Tinkering is playing and inventing, so the space needs to be organized and filled with opportunities to launch imaginations into overdrive.
prototyping equipment
Prototyping equipment builds models of products before they are produced. These physical prototypes can convey more complete information about a product early in the development cycle.

ideation space

As the lessons moves from theory to ideation, students need a space to brainstorm and work through ideas.

prototyping equipment

Prototyping equipment builds models of products before they are produced. These physical prototypes can convey more complete information about a product early in the development cycle.

visual technology

Data shows that most kids process information more efficiently though sight therefore students benefit by being able to see something in a larger-than-life mode.

tools and tinkering

An area where kids can learn through trial, error, and exploration. Tinkering is playing and inventing, so the space needs to be organized and filled with opportunities to launch imaginations into overdrive.

student work display

A display provides an opportunity to learn from each other and to appreciate the work of others, nurturing empathy, respect, and a strong sense of classroom community.

material exchange

Dedicating a space to reusing materials helps reduce waste and conserve energy and resources. This give-and-take system can create community and alleviate the burden of purchasing materials.

Makerspace Products
FLUX Inc.
Flux Inc. believes in making high quality, high performance laser technology products accessible to everyone. Their laser engravers are backed by a standard of excellence in both functionality and usability, allowing you to focus on creating more of what you love.
Grade 3+
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3D Printers
With their accessibility and precision, 3D printers enable makers to prototype, customize, and iterate their creations, fostering innovation and hands-on learning in makerspaces.
Stout Tables
A durable and versatile workspace for various projects. With their sturdy construction and ample surface area, these tables offer a reliable foundation for crafting, prototyping, and assembling creations. The adjustable height feature allows users to customize the table to their preferred working position, ensuring comfort and ergonomics during long hours of making.
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