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Monday, April 18 • 1:30pm - 3:15pm
Deep Dive: Leading Cultural Change From Within Your Makerspace

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Many schools are looking to establish a maker-space in their community. This will be a hands-on presentation of how makerspaces are affecting schools on a cultural level. In order to be truly transformative in the lives of our students we have had to embrace the idea that we must break down the traditional order that schools impose and rebuild from a true 21st century perspective. Students and faculty have to learn to value experimentation, collaboration, innovation and failure. This is the most important role of teachers within a maker-space.

We'll go over popular learning projects from our maker spaces such as Lego Robotics, Cubelets, Makey Makeys etc.


Speakers
avatar for Fred Javarata

Fred Javarata

Educational Innovation Coordinator, Schools of the Sacred Heart
Fred Javarata and Krista Inchausti are both Educational Innovation Coordinators for K-8 for the boys and girls schools - Stuart Hall and Convent of the Sacred Heart in San Francisco. They hold the balancing act of training teachers with the newest technologies in education as well as help students explore the various tools and materials with the Design Thinking process. Their Digital Literacy and Design program emphasizes Robotics, Coding... Read More →
avatar for Leigh Northrup

Leigh Northrup

Dean of Innovation and Technology, Cannon School



Monday April 18, 2016 1:30pm - 3:15pm
Ellington C

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