An initiative launching this year at Cathedral is the development of a makerspace. The idea of the maker movement evolved from software and hardware hackers, as well as hobbyist who like to build things. This DIY movement allows students to have group discussions, collaborate, experiment, and get involved in peer-to-peer learning. The makerspace will involve Lego robotics, 3D printing, coding, and the learning garden. Students will help design and build the makerspace the first trimester, and students will dive into the environment beginning the second trimester.
Learn more about Cathedral’s technology initiatives here:
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