A makerspace is a collaborative workspace for making, learning, exploring, and sharing. In senior school these areas are referred to as STEM spaces
Hands-on learning, no matter the age or stage
Makerspaces are places where education is driven by hands-on learning, whether that’s with Lego or laser cutters. The agile nature of a makerspace allows for high levels of creativity, critical thinking, and practical experience. In STEM spaces there is more of a focus on solving real problems with the application of Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths skills, and is curriculum-based
Makerspace furniture needs to be flexible and durable. Pieces need to fit together in a multitude of configurations to support the set-up of dynamic learning spaces.
Sebel makerspace furniture is engineered to be easily moved around to transform a room in a matter of minutes. Our makerspace furniture comprises desks, chairs, and breakout furniture, designed and manufactured to the highest Australian quality and safety standards.
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Accessibility: A good makerspace should be spacious enough for different learning stations and any necessary equipment, while also allowing enough room for students to move between stations with ease.
Flexibility: makerspaces need to support various modes of working, so an ideal set-up includes spaces for group collaboration and individual focused work.
Ample storage: keep unused equipment safe and out of the way with clearly marked storage that is easily accessible to students. This also ensures your makerspace stays uncluttered and safe.
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