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  • Begins to tell story of Jeff calling mom <br /> He doesn’t like to stand in one place for long so he walked away with the phone <br /> Thought I was in trouble <br /> Relieved I not in trouble <br /> “hey we need you to write and give a speech”… in 2 hours. <br /> I did not know why they chose me or whom I was presenting to, but I always loved a challenge. <br />
  • “hey you just spoke in front of the entire senate house great job!” <br />
  • My jaw dropped because I was clueless as the level of importance of that speech. <br /> From that moment I was ready for anything anyone could through my way. <br />
  • Some of you may remember school like this… <br /> I decided to become a student like (next slide) <br />
  • As apart of the founding class, which felt like an experiment. <br /> Things weren’t really established, <br /> That’s what made going to school fun and unpredictable. <br />
  • There was a lot of figuring stuff out along the way. Which didn’t bother me <br /> made us have to think on our feet and that’s something I really enjoy doing <br />   <br />
  • chain reaction of presentations <br /> state representatives on tours <br />
  • Take a look at this picture for a second. <br /> a student using a saw, generally a tool that even adults rarely use <br /> During school hours working to close to that trailer <br /> taking learning outside of the school walls <br /> taking the lab across town crossing boarders exporting what happens inside of MC2 STEM <br /> Appears to be dressed nicely not to work with machines –( I make a curtsy) <br /> This isn’t an boy, or an adult or teach, this is me at 16 years old at local elementary school <br /> You don’t really see an adult around <br /> because my assistant principal at the time believed enough in me to allow me to run and operate the trailer alone. <br /> Which gave me confidence and reassurance that I was doing something right <br /> This is what really started changing my approach behind what school is all about <br />
  • This is what really started changing my approach behind what school is all about <br />
  • It was the start of something that really jump started my passion for design, making, planning, sharing ideas <br />
  • Sharing this passion with the younger generation and the opportunities it provides you <br />
  • After a couple months of being left as the manager I began to fall in love with the mobile fab lab exported to different communities. <br />
  • This opportunity takes me other places as well and allows me to share this experience globally. <br />
  • If you look in the top right corner you will see the same machine from earlier. <br /> In the fall of 2011, I was invited to MIT’s International Fab Lab convention (FAB7) in Lima, Peru. <br /> Having similar machines around the world expands the network of building, making and sharing of ideas. <br /> During this conference ,during and after the woks shops you see is people tinkering all around you <br />
  • You get to collaborate with amazing people from nearly every part of the world. <br />
  • I was learning something new about teaching and the way people in general learn at workhsop. <br />
  • This sharing of ideas in a conference like this cant be scripted or planned. <br />
  • The environment and atmosphere alone will inspire you to want to make a change when you get back to your home city. <br />
  • I wanted to bring back and share everything that I have gained travelling with my peers. <br />
  • I wanted to bring back and share everything that I have gained travelling with my peers. <br /> To show them all the cool things that were being made around the world and the possibilities that our lab offers. <br /> This tree topper meaning behind it <br /> Inter circle represents the world and how every piece has to be there in order for the sphere to stay in tack. <br />
  • I was doing all stuff around the world but this was what brought it wall home for me. <br /> Her class was learning about deciduous trees their leaves. <br /> They were able to decorate the laser cut tree with leaves they colored. <br /> When a first grader’s parent came up to me and said, “Thank you for working with my child. Its as if he is a total different student and kid.” <br /> my goal to give back to not just my own community, but in every community I come in contact with. <br /> (kee it going with what the fablab does) <br />
  • Wouldn’t it be great if all students; young to old were reinvigorated by having access to technology <br />
  • In our high school we learned how to do things like this. <br /> For us in my high school it was our digital fabrication laboratory or a FABLAB. It not only excites student but it lead us to a world of possibilities. <br /> The concept of being able to take learning about a 2D concepts that is sketched out on paper and then have the capcity to bring that same principal to life. <br />
  • For us in my high school it was our digital fabrication laboratory or a FABLAB. It not only excites student but it lead us to a world of possibilities. <br /> The concept of being able to take learning about a 2D concepts that is sketched out on paper and then have the capcity to bring that same principal to life. <br />
  • For most school this is where is stops. The student stands in front of the class and presents this. <br /> But I was able to take this to the next step and in the end present this (holds up solar charger from back pocket) <br />
  • Where do you think we would be if more students and educators had the opportunities to make more things like this? <br />
  • Then maybe the star trek replicator might not be that far off. <br />

Andrea Lane Andrea Lane Presentation Transcript

  • Freshman year
  • Grand Opening of CSU Campus (2013) Grand Opening of GE Campus (2009)
  • Machu Picchu, Peru 2011
  • Wellington, New Zealand
  • Boston, US
  • Jalalabad, Afghanistan
  • Barcelona, Spain
  • Nairobi, Kenya
  • Cleveland’s WinterFest Tree Topper for 2012 & 2013
  • Kindergartener, Parma, OH