#TinkerLab #Makerspaces are transforming schools & libraries into hubs of hands-on 21st century STEM/STEAM learning.

TinkerLab/MakerSpace build, invent, tinker and/or learn new skills and expand their minds

MakerSpace It is a place where students can learn to use material, tools, design and create prototype using their hands-on skills and scientific knowledge. It encourages students to explore, tinker and build while understanding the integration of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) in everyday life. .

Background Maker Space / Tinker lab

    Pakistan Science Club has initiated the set up of Maker Space / Tinker lab in schools and colleges realizing the need to establish a center to develop and nourish the technical and hands-on skill of the students. As in our educational system, science is limited to books and the traditional labs are not sufficient to gratify the interest and curiosity of students in science. The idea is to provide a platform where all types of basic tools, instruments and technical aid will be provided to the students to work on their ideas, to develop the practical approach, design prototypes using engineering principles, theories, calculations and techniques


    The purpose of the maker space is to inculcate the interest, ingenuity and critical thinking in young minds and to develop their hands-on and computational skills. Students will be facilitated to work with basic tools and equipment to comprehend the fundamental concept of STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology and Math) and its implementation to solve real life problems and challenges

Foundation Course

    We have designed One year Foundation course (30 Sessions) which will be executed by our team to develop the basic understanding and training of both teacher and students. A dedicated Mentor or Teacher will assist our Team in execution of these sessions so it will be part of his/her training. These 30 sessions are basically divided into 5 modules which are necessary for the inception of curiosity and creativity in the young minds of the students