Computer/Technology Ticket Documentation-KMS
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Ben GriecoQueensbury High SchoolQueensburyNYUSAbgrieco@queensburyschool.orghttp://queensburyinnovation.weebly.com/Grades 9-12 dedicated Makerspace and innovation lab. Open all day for students to use during study halls, lunch, and after school. Focus is on 3d printing, VEX robotics, programming, tinkering, creativity and product innovation.
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Brad DrokeThe Browning SchoolNew York CityNYUSAbdroke@browning.eduhttp://www.browning.eduNewly constructed makerspace (Sept 2013) with a STEM integrated curriculum K-8. Computer Science and Engineering Upper School elective track.
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Francesca ZammaranoUnited Nations International SchoolNew York CityNYUSAfzammarano@unis.orghttp://makered.org/2013/03/united-nations-international-schools-makerspace-aka-colaboratory/K-4 makerspace called the CoLaboratory located at UNIS
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Fred Bartels Independent MamaroneckNYUSAFredbartels@gmai.comwww.3dassist.orgLove 3Ddesign and printing
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Jaymes DecMarymount School of New YorkNew York CityNYUSAjdec@marymountnyc.orgK-12 Fab Lab Integrator, teach core tech class for grades 6 and 7, elective for grade 9
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Jeremy SambucaThe Hewitt SchoolNew York CityNYUSAjsambuca@hewittschool.orghttp://www.hewittschool.orgDirector of Academic Technology - re"making" the technology curriculum to focus on tinkering, remixing, and making within a STEAM setting
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Jim Tiffin JrThe Harley SchoolRochesterNYUSAjtiffinjr@gmail.com
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Karen BlumbergThe School at Columbia UniversityNew York CityNYUSAkblumberg@theschool.columbia.edukarenblumberg.comFormerly taught robotics and programming. Currently trying to integrate STEAM projects into the middle school curriculum.
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Maureen ReillyBlue SchoolNew York City (Manhattan)NYUSAmaureenr@blueschool.orgSTEAM Specialist at independet nursery - 5 elementary school - soon to add a middle school in 2015. I maintain a mini maker space with old school and new school tools & robotics. Our model is STEAM Integration, collaboration, and consultation with a gradual release of responsibilty so that teachers and students can independently incorporate STEAM skills that make sense, low and high tech to enhance their studies.
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Nancy Otero Beam CenterBrooklynNYUSAnancy@beamcenter.orgbeamcenter.org
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Nancy Otero Active Emergence Manhattan NYUSAnancy.otero@activeemergence.comactiveemergence.com
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Tracy RudzitisThe Computer School MS 245New York CityNYUSArudzitis@thecomputerschool.orghttp://whatyouteach.blogspot.comlunch time makerspace, Robotics afterschool, Processing elective (all grades)
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The Mandell SchoolNew York CityNYUSAben.chant@mandellschool.orgmandellschool.orgElementary Head (JK-4) pushing tech curriculum towards maker culture
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Hilda CioffiJoseph D'Aquanni West Road Intermediate (3-5)Pleasant ValleyNYUSAhcioffi@acsdny.orgI am a K-5 public school librarian. Our "Maker Mornings" happen before school.  Students have 40 minutes once a week to come before school starts to tinker with Legos; to create code using our Chromebooks; to program Ozobots etc...  This was our first year and it was highly successful.  (about 90 out of 320 students participated)
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