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Girls in Tech
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During the 2014-2015 school year, I developed a blended curriculum emphasizing STEAM and Maker philosophies, while coordinating the establishment of the Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders’ Makerspace. The curriculum is housed on our Learning Management System and is designed to allow students to follow their interests through project-based modules, and will culminate in maker projects that were shared at our first Mini Maker Faire, dubbed the Make O Rama. To read about my students’ experiences, please visit the ARS Design Lab blog.
“When the Ann Richards School was awarded a grant to transform an old shop classroom to a modern-day maker space, Kat Sauter accepted the challenge. New tools, big and small, were brought in and she taught students how to safely use them for their projects. It could have been a very chaotic process, but Kat made it seamless. She embodies the maker philosophy of tooling up, making plans, testing, learning through mistakes, and having the courage to create anything. She is a leader in the movement and an incredible asset to our school. ”
– Teri O’Glee | Executive Director | Ann Richards School Foundation
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