Nov 30 2017

Education Thought Leaders Muse on Creating an Effective Makerspace

A recent #edtechchat explores how to engage students with the engineering design process and integrate high- and low-tech tools into a makerspace.

For K–12 educators, Twitter can create professional learning communities that know no bounds. Teachers regularly make use of the social media platform to engage in discussions with their peers across the country and globe.

A vital part of this online community is #edtechchat, a weekly Q&A session which lets educators share their opinions and experiences on a variety of topics. In a recent chat, education thought leaders discussed employing makerspaces to their fullest potential.

Just in case you missed that chat, or if you haven’t experimented with #edtechchat, we’ve pulled out the questions and some of the best answers.

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