Make: Education Forum 2022 Presentations

Make: Education Forum 2022 Presentations

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Kathy Ceceri

Troubleshooting is the number one skill kids need to help them keep going when projects go awry. In the new

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Rick Wilkinson

An introductory demonstration of basic through-hole hand-soldering techniques on a very simple circuit board, that makes a simulated “Flicker-Flame” light

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Evin Jarrett

As the first and only middle school Construction Technology Educator in my Philadelphia, PA school district, I teach masonry, electrical

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Paula Frisch

Using just paper, tape and scissors, you will learn how to guide students in building their own tabletop Rube Goldberg

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Maayan Keren

Wondering how to teach STEAM while tackling real-life challenges? Many schools and universities house amazing fabrication facilities with the most

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Sandra Roberts

Nobody’s perfect. And after the last few challenging years, it can be harder than ever to create amazing maker education

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Rob Ives

Everyone love projects that move or include motion. There are so many wonderful projects that can be made with just

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Deana Brown

Do you have technology withering away in the proverbial closet? Are you struggling with the knowledge loss that comes with

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Maria Beatrice Rapaccini

During the pandemic the Fabriano public library makerspace offered a virtual maker camp in the metaverse where room, objects and

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Michael Carroll

Learn about using Scrappy Circuits, simple household supplies, to help teach circuits to kids. Explore the simple art of DIY

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Matthew Green

In this presentation our team of four teachers will show how we co-designed the Pathway course with our students. Pathway

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Lucie deLaBruere

How might we learn computational thinking by creating and making physical objects? Why does this approach help bridge the equity

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Nathan Delson

In teaching hands-on design for over 20 years, a few themes have emerged. Creativity is increased when students are empowered

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Nate MacDonald

Attendees will learn how to make educational, inexpensive and safe Battle Bots. Using hobby motors, solar panels, LEGOs, and Circuit

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Tom Cosgrove

This presentation will showcase many examples of student work at the Leysin American School in Switzerland’s Da Vinci Lab Makerspace.

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Brad Wright

In my 5th grade Design + Code + Make class I teach a trimester-long unit on board game design. We

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Matt Zigler

Many maker educators struggle with the idea of prepackaged “kit” projects, and many students struggle to come up with ideas

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Joan Horvath and Rich Cameron

Your makerspace is an untapped resource to teach math differently. 3D prints, coding, and other hands-on exploration have very natural

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Jackie Gerstein, Ed.D.

A micro:bit is a pocket-sized computer that permits software and hardware work together. It is a tool that facilitates physical

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Rick Schertle

This year our school joined schools around the world to put on a School Maker Faire. This school-wide event showcased

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Elena Novak

This presentation is part of a project conducted by Kent State University researchers and Holden Elementary School teachers, Kent, Ohio.

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Laureano Cantarutti

What is Circuit Bending and how can you use it with students. Basically it means recycling and repurposing broken and

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