Make Learn & Share

Make Learn & Share

QuFabLab: Make

Develop and implement projects and prototypes that use quantum phenomena.

From our point of view, real understanding and penetration of a technology and its fundamentals only arises when you develop with them yourself.

In other words, using quantum phenomena in DIY (Do-It-Yourself) projects and implementing prototypes together with others (Co-Design/Co-Creation)

A well-equipped FabLab is an ideal place for this. But does this also apply to quantum technologies, especially 2nd generation quantum sensors?

QuFabLab: Learn

How can we open up different target groups to quantum phenomena and inspire them to engage with the fundamentals of physics and mathematics?

Our basic didactic concept is based on the ARCS (Attention, Relevance, Confidence, Satisfaction) model of motivational design by Keller (2010). It forms the didactic basis for successfully unlocking and activating people along the entire educational chain. We use a constructivist teaching and learning model to provide learners with explorative ways to expand their knowledge and skills within the framework of "enabling didactics".


QuFabLab: Share

Sharing our knowledge, our concepts and our functional/macro models is one of our central concerns. To this end, we use common systems such as GitHub, network nationally and internationally, offer on-site workshops, but also create a virtual FabLab with OER (Open Educational Resources).