Meet Makers Empire’s Ambassadors

Makers Empire’s Ambassador Program celebrates innovative and inspiring educators who are regularly using Makers Empire in engaging and creative ways in the K-8 classroom.

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Hear Our Ambassadors Share their Stories

Our Ambassadors share their experiences of using Makers Empire in the classroom at leading education conferences in Australia and America. Are you attending any of the below events? Let us know so we can look out for you!

Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC)

January 27-30, 2019
Orlando, FLA
USA

Topic: Creating a beginner level project using 3D printing to connect with Maths and Science standards at the K-5 level.

Presented by Karie Huttner, K-5 Technology Coordinator, Verona Area School District and Amy Otis, Classroom Teacher, Glacier Edge Elementary School.

Michigan Assoc. for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL)

March 20-22, 2019
Detroit, Michigan
USA

Topic: iCreate: Design Thinking using 3D Design and Printing

Presented by Karie Huttner, K-5 Technology Coordinator, Verona Area School District

Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) Conference

April 1 – 4, 2019
Portland, Oregon
USA

Topic: iCreate: Design Thinking Using 3D Design and Printing

Presented by Karie Huttner, K-5 Technology Coordinator, Verona Area School District

PAST AMBASSADOR EVENTS

Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE) Conference

October 2-5, 2018
Royal Randwick Racecourse, NSW
AUSTRALIA

Topic: 3D Designing and Global Design Project Proposal

Presented by Kate Trywhitt, Arts & Design Teacher, St Michael’s College.

Topic: Incorporating 3D Design and Printing into Primary School

Presented by Megan Koop, Teacher, Blakeview Primary School.

STEMaker (STEM & Makerspace F-12) Conference

August 16-17, 2018
Peppers Hotel, SA
AUSTRALIA

Topic: Teaching English Language By Creating a Doll House for a New Immigrant Family using Makers Empire.

Presented by Diana Harris, Classroom Teacher at Richmond Primary School

Staff Development for Educations (SDE) Conference

July 9-13, 2018
The Venetian | The Palazzo, Las Vegas> USA

Topic: How to use 3D printing and design thinking to facilitate learning in your classroom.

Presented by Karie Huttner, K-5 Technology Coordinator, Verona Area School District and Jeanette McConnell from Makers Empire.

EdTech SA Conference

July 10-11, 2018
Immanuel College, South Australia
AUSTRALIA

Topic: 3D printing in an Inquiry-Based Learning Context.

Presented by Hajnalka Molloy, Leader of Campus Library and Information Services at Aberfoyle Park Primary School Campus

DigiCon Conference

July 2017
Australian Catholic University
AUSTRALIA

Topic: 10YO Boy Invents World First Product for Diabetics Using 3D Printing

Presented by: William Grame, Student and CEO of Diabetes Domination

 

Become a Makers Empire Ambassador

Makers Empire’s Ambassadors share their experience of using Makers Empire to embrace maker pedagogy and teach Design Thinking, STEM and 21st-century learning skills with the world.

If that sounds like something you’d enjoy, and your school is a Makers Empire subscriber, please apply now.

We’d love to hear about the creative and engaging ways you’re using Makers Empire in the classroom.