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Maker-centered learning and the development of self
Researchers at Agency by Design have produced a white paper on maker education. “The most important benefits of maker education,” they contend, "are neither STEM skills nor technical preparation for the next industrial revolution” but rather the development of "a sense of self and a sense of community that empower [students] to engage with and shape the designed dimension of their world."