Perception vs Reality of Makerspaces
Quaker Makers highlights the ways the tenets of Quaker education are sewn into the fabric of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) curriculum to foster a safe and healthy learning environment with an emphasis on service, responsibility, hands on learning, and joy.
DATENovember 7, 2018
Wednesday, 8:30am - 3:00pm
GUEST SPEAKERJenna Frye, "Maker, Teacher, Joker"
VOLUNTEER CLERKSBrie Daley & Mark Darfler, Friends' Central School
Allison Frick & Mike Primo, Friends Select School
LOCATIONFriends' Central School
1101 City Ave, Wynnewood, PA 19096
Contact Friends Council office if you need tips on public transportation. We can help pickup from Overbrook Station or 30th Street Station.
REGISTRATION FEESTBA pp (includes light breakfast & lunch)
|8:30am||Arrival and introductions in Friends' Central [Room 125/127]|
|9:00||Maker Ice Breaker|
|9:50||Meeting for Worship [Shallcross Hall]|
|10:45||Greetings from Head of School, Craig Sellers|
Jenna Frye - guest speaker http://jennafrye.com/
Professor at MD Institute College of Art
"I teach, I make stuff, I talk about teaching and making stuff"
|11:45||Gender Bias & Equality in MakerSpaces - Brie Daley|
|1:15||Instagram is a Liar: and so is Pintrest and Instructables|
|2:00||Quaker Pedagogy in the MakerSpace|