The Purple Box

Purple Box is a space designed by students for students to be makers everyday by encouraging them to think inside the box, outside the box.

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We've seen that students have adapted to being passive consumers rather than active creators. The Purple Box is a maker space where students complete daily interactive design challenges with creative supplies, wacky materials, whiteboards, beanbag chairs, 3D printers, laser cutters, and other technologies.

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I love this idea, your pictures remind me of an app called  Roomle (ipad app) https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/roomle-3d-home-office/id732050356?mt=8 in allowing kids to redesign space or share ideas for space. Is this space modular--things can be moved around? I'm investigating ways to create a maker cart rather than a maker rom. 

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