I learned that there are many different factors to think about when creating a maker space project/classroom. I think how you approach it, depends on your grade level and what project or content area you want your students to make something. Because I teach K-1, the project I want my students to make is in the content area math, and focusing on basic facts in addition and subtraction. I think the most important things are brevity, ambiguity, and immunity of assessment. I want my students to feel like they have a say in what they create, as long as my notes are clear and concise, and I don’t focus on letter grades. I want my students to make a song, or some kind of artwork that’ll help them recall basic facts instantly.