Bringing making into school classrooms is as simple as taking the first step, no matter how small.
Great project ideas here – places to start….
Has the maker movement taken hold in your library yet? Starting a maker space is easier—and less costly—than you may think. Technologies such as robotics, digital video production, computer coding, and 3-D printing may garner the most attention, but traditional activities instill the same spirit of invention, collaboration, and critical thinking of the maker phenomenon.
Some good ideas here – like how maker spaces are described. Encourages strategies for starting within your budget.