The Maker Schools project teams in Manisa, Turkey carried out an online survey to consult stakeholders about the planned project results. Around 60 respondents were reached – teachers and school administrators. Nearly 80% of the respondents have not participated in trainings on the MAKERS topics before and almost all have no access to 3D technology in their school. More than 70% do not know anything about 3D printing technologies. However, there is great interest in the MAKERS topics. More than 80% of the respondents state that they would participate in training on 3D technology if the project is to organize it. They see great scope for using 3D in education in the areas of science, architecture and engineering. Most respondents suggest project-based learning and experiential learning as the most suitable forms of learning on the MAKERS topics.


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