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Moderator Jessica Parker and Bay Area maker educators discuss the role of making in their K-12 settings and how to maintain a culture of making within a formal, school-based environment. Learn how they started making with students and how they developed robust programs that foster hands-on, interdisciplinary maker projects and events which successfully support student learning. (Part one of a two-part series)

Guests for this webinar included:
Angi Chau, Director of Bourn Idea Lab at Castilleja School
David Clifford, Director of Innovation and outreach at East Bay School for Boys
Elizabeth Espinoza , Technology Coach at Marin Schools
Jessica Parker, Associate Professor at Sonoma State University and Director of the Maker Certificate Program
Ilya Pratt, Design, Make, Engage Director at Park Day School
Aaron Vanderwerff, Creativity Lab at Lighthouse Community Charter School

Live Chat Archive
Click here to view and download a PDF version of the live chat conversation that happened during the webinar.

Resources
Analy High School’s ProjectMake.org
Castilleja Bourn Idea Lab website
Creativity Lab at Lighthouse Community Charter School
East Bay School for Boys (EBSB) Curricular Pillars
East Bay School for Boys (EBSB) Program
Getting Started with Making in the Classroom
K-12 FabLabs Google Group
Lick-Wilmerding HS Technical Arts Department
New High School
Sonoma State’s (SSU) Maker Certificate Program
SSU’s Maker Educator YouTube Channel
Connected Learning Alliance
Making in K12 Settings (Part 2)

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