Educational

Children’s Museum of Houston
1500 Binz St. Houston, TX
77004
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Filled with 90,000 square feet of interactive exhibits bursting with action-packed fun, the Children’s Museum of Houston is a Playground for Your Mind™.

http://www.cmhouston.org
(713) 522 -1138
Jocelyn H. Lee Innovation Lab / Harris County Public Library
16616 Diana Lane
Houston TX

77062
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The JHLIL is a free community makerspace located in the Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library.  We provide access to rapid prototyping tools such as a laser cutter, a desktop CNC and several 3D printers, we provide a range of free classes for makers of all ages and skills and we work to build a community of makers sharing their passions and interests.

(281) 488-1906
MakrU
Houston, TX
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MaKr U makerspace is committed to bringing opportunity to areas under served with this type of space. It is our desire to provide a mobile workshop for the tinkerer and the perfect educational space for individuals who learn best by doing. We provide a framework to support lifelong learners that are unfamiliar with exactly how to tinker and explore areas which may initially present failures in the learning process. Never quit!

MaKr U, LLC has been working to create an inviting maker space since we opened in 2015.

Mary Jones has over 29 years of experience in K-8 public education and is passionate about encouraging learners of all ages to dream, make and build. Credentials: BS in Elem. Ed with a Reading Specialist certification

Karla Koop has over 33 years of experience in K-12 public education as both a high school art educator and as a school district technology specialist. Passionate about creativity, she is eager to help you explore and learn through play. Credentials: MS All-Level Art Education, BFA Studio Art, M.Ed Instructional Technology

MakrU
832-509-3818
Techno Chaos
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ABOUT TECHNO CHAOS

As a physical makerspace for 5 years we’ve hosted projects involving 3D printing, robotics, Internet of Things(IoT), Arduino, Raspberry Pi, programming, Minecraft, etc.  Over the last two years, we have seen the interest grow in schools, libraries and other community organizations to create their own makerspace education programs.   Instead of continuing to grow our own community, we will be starting the next chapter in our journey to inspire making and project-based learning by focusing on providing services to schools, libraries and other communities.  Some of these services will be Makerspace and Robotics Starter Programs.  We look forward to being a partner with you and your organization to continue the journey!

Techno Chaos
281-410-1768