With your assistance, the Fab Foundation is launching SCOPES –df (Scaling a Community of Practice for Education in STEM through Digital Fabrication) to catalyze STEM learning in formal educational environments through digital fabrication technologies and practices found in a Fab Lab or Makerspace. During this initial phase, we will collect activities and projects from the network and our partners that will be further developed and refined into digital fabrication lesson plans that are aligned to national U.S. standards, with the intention of aligning them to international standards in the future.
Though the final SCOPES-df lessons will be organized in a single format, submissions will be accepted in your format of choice, but should:
1. Include clear learning objectives, and STEM related content for K-12 learners
2. Utilize digital fabrication tools and/or practices
3. Attribute original content and sources, and be open for release under a Creative Commons CC by SA license that permits their free use and re-purposing by others.
Contributions will be reviewed on a rolling basis starting on May 1st with a final review of submissions on June 19, 2017.
Please click Next to submit via this form. Activities/projects can be alternatively submited or additional content and files can be submitted by email to email@example.com.
For questions, feel free to contact Sonya Pryor-Jones, Chief Implementation Officer, Fab Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: There are 3 pages of this form with a few required fields noted with a red asterix. (Here's a PDF of the form to aid your preparation.) You can submit a draft and edit this submission later by completing at least the required entries, click Submit button, and return later through the Edit this Submission link you'll receive on a response screen and by email.
SCOPES-df is a collaborative project with funding support from Chevron and the GE Foundation.