Maker-bevægelsen i grundskolen - Inspirerende ny undervisning? The Maker-movement in primary school - Inspiring new teaching?

August Septimius Krogh & Kyle Aleksander Hansen-Doyle

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


This project examines the Maker-Movements learning processes and examines the possibilities for primary schools to be inspired by them in a teaching context. We cooperated with the school teacher Johan Tieldow, who was key in the preparation and the conduction of our workshop. While working with this project we found, besides the Iterative Design Process and Learning-by-Doing, that there were none clearly defined learning theories or processes within the actual Maker Movement. We did however, conclude that there is ample opportunity to be inspired by the approach towards learning that the movement has. This can be used to develop new forms of supportive and motivational courses for primary school students. Furthermore, it is possible to conclude, that the most important aspect is to make sure that such courses has plenty of time for learning, development and evaluation. Finally, we can deduce that it is needed to go further in depth, than what was possible for us, in order to develop an adequate course.

UddannelserBasis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato18 dec. 2014
VejledereNiklas Alexander Chimirri


  • Laserskærer
  • Læring
  • Makerbevægelsen
  • Uddannelse
  • Makermovement
  • Makerspace
  • Understøttende undervisning
  • Maker
  • FabLab
  • Børn
  • Maker-bevægelsen
  • grundskole
  • Maker-kultur
  • folkeskole
  • Maker-movement
  • Makerkultur