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Saturday, April 29 • 1:10pm - 2:00pm
Tinkering and the Engineering Design Process

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Makerspaces in schools, libraries and museums have become popular over the past decade. There are many ways to set up and run such spaces, and those creative spaces are perfect for teaching various skills required in the engineering field. Join the Fleet Science Center to explore inquiry-based engineering lesson ideas, and using tinkering strategies for your own maker space.


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avatar for Ashanti Davis

Ashanti Davis

Fleet Science Center
Ashanti joined the Fleet Science Center in February 2014. She received her BA in Creative Arts and Communications: Art, Design, and Media with Combined Studies in 2009 from Richmond the American International University, London, England. In her time with the Fleet, she has developed fee-based programs for the Tinkering Studio and created visitor engagement opportunities for the gallery floor. In 2015 as part of the Informath Grant, Ashanti collaboratively curated Taping Shape, an abstract sculptural installation exploring Mart, Art and Science, which opened January 2016... Read More →
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Akiko Hicks

Fleet Science Center
Akiko joined the Reuben Fleet Science Center as a volunteer gallery facilitator in 2012, began working as a Tinkering Studio Coordinator In 2015. She has a background in Computer Science, receiving BS in Math/Computer Science from UCLA and working as a programmer before retiring... Read More →


Saturday April 29, 2017 1:10pm - 2:00pm
Room 53-543 Grossmont College 8800 Grossmont College Drive

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