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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 "Instead of trying to interest kids in scienceas received knowledge, its possible to equip them to do science, giving them boththe knowledge and the tools to discover it. Instead of building better bombs, emergingtechnology can help build better communities. Library Maker spaces give everyone the opportunity to see the world around them differently, to explore and imagine new possibilities for a future they help create."(Britton, 2012) "Maker spaces support learning in an informal, play-focused environment that cancultivate an interest in science, technology, and design (Britton, 2012) "I want us all to think about new and creative ways to engage young people in science and engineering, whether its science festivals, robotics competitions, fairs that encourage young people to create and build and invent to be makers of things, not just consumers of things." President Barack Obama Makerspaces as STEM incubators "I think it is truly impossible to define STEMbecause it means so much for so many different groups of people. Whether it is researchers, science and mathematics teachers, the aerospace industry, or theconstruction industry, they all have one thingin common: It is about moving forward, solvingproblems, learning, and pushing innovation to the next level." (Gerlach, 2012) "Innovation isn't the goal; it's everything that gets you there....It's the important leaps forward thatsynthesize lots of ideas, and it's the belly-up failures that teach us what not to do....This is what innovation looks like. Its messy, and it's awesome." (Baker, 2012)
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