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  • K-12 Outreach & Engagement in a Time of Distancing

    Tuesday, Oct 13, 12:00 – 1:30 pm K-12 Outreach & Engagement in a Time of Distancing REGISTER HERE A Zoom link will be sent to registered participants a few days prior to the event. This forum will highlight examples, best practices, and lessons learned from the past 6 months of adapting in-person programs to distance-based…

  • Equitable Math, Creating Conditions to Thrive

    We’re excited to bring Creating Conditions To Thrive: A Pathway to Equitable Math Instruction to the Lunch Bites Webinar Series today, Oct. 8th from 11:30-Noon PT. We will explore environments and practices that support students’ social, emotional and academic development.

  • Anti-Racist Education for Makers: You’re Too Comfortable

    Ace is thrilled to introduce 4 workshops in October that explore how to be anti-racist in our maker communities. Working with an amazing peace activist and facilitator, Emily Bowen, these workshops have been crafted to be broadly relevant to the maker community and Ace Makerspace specifically. Schema of Makers Sunday, October 4th  |   Noon –…

  • Anti-Racist Education for Makers: Taking Care of the New Guy

    Ace is thrilled to introduce 4 workshops in October that explore how to be anti-racist in our maker communities. Working with an amazing peace activist and facilitator, Emily Bowen, these workshops have been crafted to be broadly relevant to the maker community and Ace Makerspace specifically. Schema of Makers Sunday, October 4th  |   Noon –…

  • Anti-Racist Education for Makers: Maker Say What

    Ace is thrilled to introduce 4 workshops in October that explore how to be anti-racist in our maker communities. Working with an amazing peace activist and facilitator, Emily Bowen, these workshops have been crafted to be broadly relevant to the maker community and Ace Makerspace specifically. Schema of Makers Sunday, October 4th  |   Noon –…

  • Anti-Racist Education for Makers: Schema of Makers

    Ace is thrilled to introduce 4 workshops in October that explore how to be anti-racist in our maker communities. Working with an amazing peace activist and facilitator, Emily Bowen, these workshops have been crafted to be broadly relevant to the maker community and Ace Makerspace specifically. Schema of Makers Sunday, October 4th  |   Noon –…

  • Critical Reflections about Equity in Education with Dr. John B. King and Dr. Janice K. Jackson

    As students and educators begin a new school year amid the ongoing upheaval of the global pandemic and worldwide demonstrations against systemic racism, essential questions about equity in education are taking center stage. Please join us for our first conversation in a year-long series, Facing History Now: Conversations on Equity and Justice, with Dr. John…

  • Leading for Equity: Empowering All Students with Agency and Voice

    Presented by Dr. Katrise Perera, Superintendent, Gresham-Barlow School District, Gresham, Oregon and Ms. Lisa Riggs, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment, Gresham-Barlow School District, Gresham, Oregon. Moderated by Dr. David Schuler, Superintendent, District 214, Chicago, IL, and former AASA President In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, with 100 plus days of protests in…

  • Tomorrow, with Kinloch & Love

    Valerie Kinloch and Bettina Love talk about how we #RemakeTomorrow.

  • Makey Makey: STEM from a Distance: Family Making, 3D Printing, and Setting Intentions

    TOPIC: STEM From a Distance: Family Making, 3D Printing, and Setting Intentions WHEN: August 20th 3 pm Pacific/ 5 pm Central/ 6 pm Eastern Join our second panel discussion as we discuss making as a family, 3D printing from a distance, and setting intentions for maximizing remote learning through synchronous and asynchronous activities. This dynamic team…