What is a Maker space at Technobrain?
Maker space is a place where kids are encouraged for making, learning, exploring and sharing with the use of high tech to no tech tools embracing STEAM education system.
STEAM education system is a modern educational concept that incorporates Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics in to traditional education system recognizing the creativity of young learners and enhancing that to be successful in technical fields. Individuals must also be creative and use critical thinking skills which are best developed through exposure to such areas. Technobrain specifies the little learners as “Makers”. As meant by the word “Makers”, they are embraced to create new things and learn.
TechnoBrain provides various options for kids based on their preferences. Being wedged to the motto “Masterminds are not always best performing scholars” we provide a broad array of courses to the little Makers.
The safety measures
Considering the workspace safety of our little maker kids, Technobrain has established several safety measures. As a first step, an internal safety policy is implemented within the Maker space and each and every kid is made aware of the rules and regulation when before they enter the sessions. As a secondary measure, a medical professional equipped with a first aid kit is made available throughout all the workshops and sessions were undertaken in the Maker space.
Who are Makers?
- Makers believe that if one can imagine it, then he/she can make it too. Makers are productive; they are creative.
- Makers are always looking for opportunities to learn to do new things, especially through hands-on, DIY (do-it-yourself) interactions.
- Makers surprise and delight those who see their projects, even though the projects can be a bit rough-edged, messy and, at times, over-stimulating.
- Makers comprise a community of creative and technical people that help one another do better.
- Makers have an open, inclusive, encouraging and generous spirit.
- Makers are generally not in it for the money. This isn’t about filing patents or making a profit.
- At the same time, we’re not anti-commercial. Makers sometimes start businesses, and Technobrain would celebrate that. But the focus of makers is not doing a business.
- Makers celebrate other Makers. What they make, how they make it and the enthusiasm and passion that drives them