The Unique Role of Libraries when Introducing a MakerEd Mindset into Learning

The Role of Libraries in Makerspace Learning

  • The rapid changes and growing responsibilities for school librarians 

  • Almost 90 percent of school maker activities now take place in libraries

Embracing the Effectiveness of MakerEd Experiences

  • Adopting a maker mindset to advance the principles that propel the Maker Movement
  • The elements that constitute the creation of a successful library makerspace

School librarians are often the first adopters of a maker mindset

  • Creating synergy between learning in the library and learning in the classroom
  • Understanding how MakerEd activities can be woven into the curriculum

Learn how to create MakerEd experiences in your library!


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As the Maker Movement continues to assert itself as a legitimate form of experiential teaching and learning, more schools are embracing the culture, problem solving, and hands-on learning opportunities that makerspaces provide. Leading the charge in the K-12 area are library makerspaces, which have created brand new ways for students to learn and created brand new responsibilities for many school librarians. 

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