As you see there is no one generic definition of Maker Space.
The first step to developing your Maker Space is to build a common vision with those who will be using it.
A great activity you can conduct with both teachers and students is to use this card sorting activity based on this publication from Tufts University “A Card-Sorting Task to Establish Community Values in Designing Makerspaces”. Lindsey Own teaches science at The Evergreen School in Shoreline, WA, conducted this activity at her school with great success. She has generously shared her deck of values and activity cards.