Maker Education GUIDE
which shall accompany any youth worker in the setting up of a Makerspace Environment and support successful implementation of MakerEducation Activities with young people.
Evaluation of Competences
with rewards that show that a certain skill has been developed, through completion of a task or activity.
Setting up a makerspace
Providing knowledge on how to set up a MakerSpace which is suitable for hosting young people. The course will include a mixture of multimedia content including video tutorials and supporting documents and links.
Open Source MATERIALS
aiming to provide youth workers with the tools and material to be able to acknowledge the development of skills and competences of the young people they work with in the Makerspace setting.
Open Source TUTORIALS
around how to create your own MakerEducation Hardware. These hope to provide some initial projects for a Makerspace community to engage in which can also be used as a tool with others to learn and develop together.
ABOUT MAKERSPACE 4 INCLUSION
Who are the organisations leading this project and why we do it?
MAKERSPACES, FABLABS OR TECHSHOPS
Is it a Makerspace, Hackerspace, Fablab or Techshop?
This video will guide you trough the differences and similarities of 4 spaces that use tools and special equipment.
How to make you space and activities inclusive?
How big is it? What they need? How many makers? Buildout costs. Buildout timeline.
This video will 3 types o makerspaces sizes and what you have to know if you want to start one.
How to build your team? What kind of pleople do you need along?
MATERIALS, EQUIPMENTS, ACTIVITIES