Join educators and makers from around the globe who are working to integrate digital makerspaces into formal classrooms.

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Thursday, July 28, 2022

12:00pm ET
Keynote Panelist Session
Join passionate educators from across the globe who are working to center students with digital making in the classroom. This panelist session will be open to questions and will prompt discussion for the following day's Summit agenda, listed below.

  • Mickie Flores, Stonington Elementary, Deer Isle, Maine, USA

  • Olivio Guedes Filho, EEM School, Sapucaia do Sul, Brazil

  • Mauricio Alves da Silva, EEM School, Sapucaia do Sul, Brazil

  • Corey Rice, Daniel Hand High School, Connecticut, USA

  • Ilaria La Manna, Studio 5/6, Doha, Qatar

  • Sara Kaviar, Seven Arrows Elementary School, Los Angeles, Ca, USA

Friday, July 29, 2022

12:00pm ET

Welcome and Introductions

12:30pm ET

Fab Educators Network Update

Unconference Session Planning

Brainstorm session ideas for the afternoon's informal discussion breakouts

1:00pm ET

Concurrent Breakout Sessions -choose one

  • Ready, Set, Sew: From Code to Cloth Using TurtleStitch

     Emily Hurst, Hamilton County Schools

  • Engineering with Paper: Using 3D Paper Shapes to Teach CAD Skills

     Godwyn Morris, Dazzling Discoveries/ Skill Mill

  • Maker Centered Learning in Every Classroom

     Paul Shircliff, Cuyahoga Falls School District

  • Fab Lab Education in the Entrepreneurship Classroom

     Dennis Conner, The Gregory School

  • Catalyzing the Community as a School Makerspace

     Joe Oliphant, Passport Academy

2:00pm ET

Concurrent Breakout Sessions -choose one

     Sarah Wallace, Cleveland Metro School District

  • Creative Makers: A Community-Based After-School Program for high school students

     James Rutter, Haystack Mountain School

  • Using Digital Portfolios in Project Based Learning

     Teresa Lampe, Lamar County School District

  • Objects to Think With: Digital Designs for K-12 Classrooms

     Glen Bull, Rachel Gibson, Joe Watts, University of Virginia

  • Service Learning & E-Nable in the Classroom: Incorporating Prosthetics in a fabrication course

     Tanya Lerch, Sage Hill School

  • Reflective Discussion on Thursday's Educators Panel

     Alethea Campbell, eduFAB

3:00pm ET

Unconference Small Group Sessions

3:45pm ET

Closing Remarks

Inaugural Fab Educators Summit 

The first Fab Educators Summit was held virtually in January 2022, with over 150 attendees from 13 different countries. As a result of the feedback from that initial meeting, this summit will now occur bi-annually in a virtual setting. Our hope is to one day meet in-person. 

Sessions from the inaugural summit are featured on our YouTube page.

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Thank you to the following organizations who are helping to make this event free to attend.

Conference Supporters

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Conference Partners

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If you are interested in supporting the summit, please contact eduFAB and Thank You!