Day 1: introducing the Education working group
The Education working group of the #FAB2B workshop has the duty to investigate business models for managing educational activities such as training, workshop, classes, Fab Academy, and to imagine and shape fruitful collaborations with schools and universities.
The group features the contribution of 14 makers from 3 different countries and is coordinated by Enrico Bassi from Open Dot. Let’s take a quick look to the profiles of the participants and to the project or projects they decided to discuss into the workshop.
Pieter van der Hijden, Fab Lab Suriname, Paramaribo, Suriname, South America
Carmen Russo, Fablab Catania, Italy
Vito Quarta, FabLab Brindisi, Italy
Project: craftsmanship 2.0: learning by doing
Cristiano Maci, Fablab Lecce, Italy
Project: Boboto – Montessori 3D
Simone Simonelli, Fablab Unibz, Bozen, Italy
Massimo Bresolin, Cre-ta Fab Lab, Bassano del Grappa, Vicenza, Italy
Projects: Alternative training and Di Bolina
Silvio Tassinari, Fab Lab Roma Maker, Rome, Italy
Project: Falla 3D
Marco Martelli, Fablab Imola, Italy
Projects: Become Digital Makers and Training Workshop for Students
Enrico Bassi, opendot, Milan, Italy
Project: Fab Academy
Francesco Belvisi, FabLab@School, Palermo, Italy
Project: Participate, include, create!
The works are starting, you can follow us on this website or searching #FAB2B #Edu on the social networks, today and tomorrow!