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All educators and students from formal and informal settings around the world are invited to join us on Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 1:00 PM EST for the Google Hangout on Air  eNABLE Educators' Exchange Update. Viewers will become familiar with the goals of the "e3STEAM" initiative, hear from experienced educators who have effectively involved their students in eNABLE's mission of 3D designing and printing low cost mechanical hands and disseminating them to those who need them, how to take an existing eNABLE PBL work to the next level, and find out how to  join this remarkable movement.

We will also hear from some students who are involved in programs - including students who brought the program to their schools.

Hope to see you there! 

The Hangout will be mediated by eNABLE Educators' Exchange Coordinator, +Rich Lehrer  . Rich , a National Faculty member for the Buck Institute for Education, is an 8th grade science teacher at Brookwood School in Massachusetts, and has been involving his students in projects building 3D devices for his son Max for two years.

Please note: in the unlikely event that a technical glitch shuts down the broadcast we will restart it as quickly as possible and put a link to that new hangout as a comment on this post.

More information on the exchange here: http://bit.ly/1Oh8doW
More details on the hangout coming soon!
Questions? email: events.enable@gmail.com

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Weekly meeting for team leaders to update the eNABLE community.
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All educators and students from formal and informal settings around the world are invited to join us on Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 7:30pm EST for the Google Hangout on Air kickoff of our eNABLE Educators' Exchange. Viewers will become familiar with the goals of the "e3STEAM" initiative, hear from experienced educators who have effectively involved their students in eNABLE's mission of 3D designing and printing low cost mechanical hands and disseminating them to those who need them, and find out how they too can join this remarkable movement. We hope to see you there! More information: http://bit.ly/1UkPIps 

The Hangout will be mediated by eNABLE Educators' Exchange Coordinator, +Rich Lehrer . Rich , a National Faculty member for the Buck Institute for Education, is an 8th grade science teacher at Brookwood School in Massachusetts, and has been involving his students in projects building 3D devices for his son Max for two years.

Please note: in the unlikely event that a technical glitch shuts down the broadcast we will restart it as quickly as possible and put a link to that new hangout as a comment on this post.

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