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The Maker Movement: A Pathway to Innovation for STEM Learners (Nov. 12, 2014)

Product code: EVTIP13STEM
Topics: Coding & robotics, Computational thinking, STEM & STEAM, Robotics, Makerspaces
Length: Approximately 1 hour
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Nov. 12, 2014, 4 p.m. PT | 7 p.m. ET

"The Maker Movement: A Pathway to Innovation for STEM Learners," presented by Josh Ajima, technology resource teacher, Dominion High School and Loudoun Academy of Science, Virginia.

Give students the power to learn by making. The maker movement fosters a mindset and culture that can create a profound shift in K-12 STEM learning. Explore how the right tools, such as digital fabrication, physical computing and programming, empower students in every classroom to innovate and solve real problems.

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Josh Ajima

Bio: Josh Ajima is a technology resource teacher at Dominion High School and the Loudoun Academy of Science where he co-sponsors a 3D printer club and a small library makerspace. He is an advocate for making in the classroom. He spent his summer 3D printing at STEM camps and giving demos and workshops on 3D printing and makerspaces. Ajima is the author of the DesignMakeTeach.com blog and has been featured on the Adafruit blog's 3D Designer Spotlight.