Module 1

Introduction to STEAM-Labs definition (

Which are the STEAM-Lab tools? (

Module 2

Module 2. Ideate the STEAM-Labs (

The resources used during the process, and the guidelines, are available in the STEAM-Labs framework.

Additional materials

Eriksson, E., Heath, C., Ljungstrand, P., & Parnes, P. (2018). Makerspace in school—Considerations from a large-scale national testbed. International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction, 16, 9–15.

Diversity Resources for Educators – Harvard Edu

FabLab Schools EU Project. (2016). FabLab Schools EU: Towards Digital Smart, Entrepreneurial and Innovative Pupils.

JCR Report (2017). Overview of the Maker Movement in the European Union

Kroski, E. (2017). The makerspace librarian’s sourcebook. (E. Kroski, Ed.). Chicago: ALA Editions, an imprint of the American Library Association.

Martinez, S. L., & Stager, G. (2013). Invent to learn : making, tinkering, and engineering in the classroom. Constructing Modern Knowledge Press.

MiniFabLab – Affordable fablab machines

Papavlasopoulou, S., Giannakos, M. N., & Jaccheri, L. (2017). Empirical studies on the Maker Movement, a promising approach to learning: A literature review. Entertainment Computing, 18, 57–78.

Scientix. (2019). Pedagogical trends in STEM education. Scientix Newsletter. Retrieved from

Universal Design for Learning Framework from CAST