Presented by:

Mark Osborne

Event Date:

25 Aug / 15 Sep 2020

Event Time:

03:30 PM - 04:30 PM

Makerspaces in Schools – 4 x ONLINE webinar sessions
Tuesdays 3.30-4.30pm
August 25/ September 1/8/15
Whether you’re setting up a makerspace in your school or a maker corner in your classroom, these webinars will give you a set of guiding principles and practical tools to help you on your way. From designing powerful learning experiences to managing hands-on activities with students, we’ll look at both the theoretical and the practical, exploring a wide range of emerging technologies and ways to use them to create powerful learning.

Key questions to be explored:

  • What is the maker movement and where did it come from?
  • How is maker culture being adopted in schools?
  • What kinds of activities might students undertake in a makerspace?
  • What are the crucial skills, frameworks and approaches for developing maker culture?
  • Where do I start?

Webinar One: The maker movement and makerspaces in schools

Webinar Two: Creativity, critical thinking and hands-on making

Webinar Three: Coding, robotics and digital technology curriculum

Webinar Four: STEAM (Science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) and the maker movement.

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Event Location:


  • Learning Network NZ
  • 214 Universal Drive, Henderson, Auckland
  • +64 (0) 9 835 0912
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