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The Krause Center for Innovation at Foothill College is hiring a small number of part-time instructors for its new makerspace. Instructors will staff the space, maintain the tools, run classes, events, and certifications and develop educational programs. We are looking for people with backgrounds in:

* K12 in and out of school, homeschooling, makerspaces, informal learning environments, college, adult
* 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC routers and others, vinyl cutters
* hand and machine wood tools
* craft
*electronics such as Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Microbit, wearables, Makey Makey
* design thinking, making, constructivism, constructionism, inquiry

We don't expect any one instructor to have all of these skills but plan to hire a complement of instructors who, as a group, will.

In order to be hired for this role at Foothill, you must have a masters or above in the equivalent of instructional design and technology. If you are interested, please email Liz Sylvan at liz@krauseinnovationcenter. org with your resume and background.

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Maker Ed is looking for a new Director of Learning! Come join us -- more info here: http://makered.org/about-us/careers/

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Hi all, is there a place online where one can hire experienced Maker Coaches across the country to work in classrooms? I'm looking for a job board or something along those lines.

Also, what would be typical hourly rate for an experienced Maker Coach to teach per hour?

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Passing along a potentially interesting PD(?) opportunity:

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Please join us for a meet-up on Monday, December 11 in San Francisco for the California Girls in STEM Network. We are part of the National Girls Collaborative Project and support organizations committed to equity in STEM. We will be meeting after the CDE STEAM Symposium from 1:30-3:30 on December 11 at the Children’s Creativity Museum across from the Moscone Center. It is free, there will be refreshments, and we look forward to seeing you there!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/california-girls-in-stem-network-meet-up-tickets-39941868203

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me or Leah Henry, at leah@creativity.org. I hope to see you there!

This would be a nice way to spread the word about your Making & Tinkering work:

The peer-reviewed journal, Connected Science Learning is now seeking submissions for its Summer 2018 issue with the theme: Making Experiences that Inspire STEM Learning. Submission deadline is January 15, 2018.


Connected Science Learning is a joint effort of NSTA (National Science Teachers Association) and ASTC (Association of Science-Technology Centers). Its goal is to highlight STEM education experiences that bridge the gap between in-school and out-of-school settings. The online journal features articles about highly effective programs and shares research that connects preK–12 STEM learning in schools and out-of-school settings, specifically highlighting effective mechanisms for collaboration and co-creation. More information about CSL, including the Call for Contribution and Submission Guidelines, is available at http://www.nsta.org/publications/csl/, and you can review contributions in previous issues at http://csl.nsta.org/.


Specific questions about the journal should go to Dennis Schatz, Field Editor, Connected Science Learning, schatz@pacsci.org.

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Hi! I'm Amelia from Texas. I was a middle school social studies and ELA teacher but am currently living in Virginia pursuing a PhD in Curriculum & Ed Tech.
I'm fairly new to the Maker Movement but am eager to network and learn about its affordances for STEAM environments!

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