Kids are naturally creative and we at DKJA believe that every classroom should be filled with creativity and wonder.
This new place was created for student-centered learning, where teachers assume the role of facilitator. This is a place where children accept failure as a step closer to success, not an opportunity to give up. What types of things might you see students working on in this Makerspace? Here are some examples:
Students have a dedicated time and space where they are assisted in the process of becoming makers, designers, artists and engineers. Something happens when students discover these powerful tools, problem-solving, critical thinking, and imagination. It is these tools that will shape the world’s future.