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Carolyn Webber, Park Record

What happens when you give a child some cardboard, Lego toys and a 3-D printer? That is what schools in the Park City School District are trying to figure out. At the school's new makerspaces, students are learning to create and design objects of all sizes and functions.

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BradleBradley Gannon, a career and technical education teacher at Ecker Hill Middle
School, 
started building his makerspace in 2016. This year, he is starting an
after-school program 
so that all students can have access to the creative space.
(Photo by Carolyn Webber/Park Record)

 

 

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