• Reserve the Studio/Equipment:       Eduphoria 

     
    A makerspace is a place where students can gather to collaborate, create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials.
     
     
    What’s in the Maker Space/Studio
     
     

    Exploration Room—Library, Projector, Screen, Apple TV, 6 Desktop Computers

    Collaboration Room----White Boards, Movable Furniture, 2 Conference Rooms

    Innovation Room---

    Technology:                                                                       Supplies:

    TruTouch                                                                             K’nex

    Sprout                                                                                  Makey Makey

    3 D printer                                                                           Little Bits

    Camera                                                                                                Make-do

    7 Student laptops                                                            Tool kit

    2 Staff laptops                                                                   Glue guns

                                                                                                    Structures

                                                                                                    Construction paper, duck tape, yarn, felt, feathers,

                                                                                                    Plastic wrap, measuring tapes, gluesticks, rubber bands,

                                                                                                    Play doh, twine, graph paper, sponges, paint brushes,

                                                                                                    Tempera paint, glue, water balloons, cardboard

     

    How do I reserve it?

    Through Eduphoria:

     

    If I reserve the technology in a room, does that reserve the room?    NO

    You need to reserve both separately.