Chapter 2 – Theoretical Frame of Circular Economy Education, Plastic Craftwork and Tinkering
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Tinkering is an iterative and hands-on approach to problem-solving and creativity. It involves experimenting with objects or materials, making small adjustments, repairs, or modifications to understand how they work and discover their potential. Tinkering often relies on trial and error, curiosity, and a willingness to explore and learn through practical experience.

It can be applied in various contexts, from repairing household items and DIY projects to educational settings where it fosters innovation, critical thinking, and the development of practical skills. Tinkering encourages individuals to think creatively and adaptively while gaining a deeper understanding of the objects or materials they are working with.