Fab@School FabMaker Studio STEM Program
We are delighted to share an opportunity to help the Reynolds Center for Teaching, Learning and Creativity bring more meaningful STEM education to your school. We are dedicated to connect the dots between schools, foundations, and philentropic orginzations. To that end, we are working with schools to identify local grants to partner with for the application. The FabMaker grant would fund the Fab@School Maker Studio STEM Program.
This program includes:
A year-long site license for Fab@School Maker Studio web-based, digital fabrication software program - compatible with Mac, Windows, iPad, Chromebooks, and other mobile devices
Digital fabrication hardware (1 Silhouette Portrait - digital fabricator)
Virtual PD workshop providing an overview of the software tools, as well as support for curriculum integration
Signed, personalized copy of Going Places STEM storybook for each site’s library
Reduced rate for ongoing annual renewals of the Fab@School Maker Studio software license after initial pilot
Through this collaboration, your district/school will be contributing in a substantive way in helping close gaps in student STEM learning, and increase career readiness and interest in STEM sector fields. This deployment represents a foundational building block in our efforts to reach 17 million students across the nation - and around the world - by 2025.