Guide to carry out projects in a STEAM-Makerspace laboratory


active pedagogies
high school laboratory


The article shows the experience of Cumbres International School Oaxaca and Prepa Anáhuac Oaxaca in the implementation of a STEAM-Makerspace laboratory. This is through a guide for the operation of a makerspace laboratory with a STEAM pedagogy (for its acronym in English Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics).


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