2021 WiFAB Training Series

Now that you have fab lab equipment, what do you do with it?
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WiFAB Training  
Now that you have fab lab equipment, what do you do with it?

Take advantage of a free assessment to understand your needs and move your lab forward. Email: fablab@uwstout.edu.

SUMMER TRAINING OPTIONS

June 28-30, 2021          
UW-Stout Campus*


July 13-15, 2021
Fox Valley Technical College*

  • Develop a fab lab curriculum that meets DPI standards.
     
  • Understand how a fab lab is used to foster multi-disciplinary learning.
     
  • Use simple problems to teach age-appropriate STEAM concepts.
     
  • Consider your fab lab setup, training, and operation. 
     
  • Challenge students to identify the problem, imagine solutions, weigh ideas, prototype, and test.
     
  • Hear how your fab lab can engage with industry and community members.
     
  • Get a pre-workshop visit to understand your needs AND post-workshop support!

     

*Locations:

WiFAB West - June 28-30

UW-Stout Campus
Vocational Rehabilitation Bldg.

221 10th Ave. E. 
Room 120 
Menomonie, WI  54751 


WiFAB East - July 13-15

Fox Valley Technical College
1825 N. Bluemound Drive
Room F102
Appleton, WI 54912

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WiFAB West at UW-Stout

Registration Open
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WiFAB East at Fox Valley Tech

Registration Open
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Chris Wiemer
WiFAB Retreat / UW-Stout

"Digital fabrication is wonderful for students to experience at any age. The idea that you can take your abstract thoughts and ideas and make a physical object out of them is very empowering.”  

- Chris Wiemer, Stoughton High School

 

 

Mackenzie Bennin WiFAB Retreat
Wisconsin Teachers at the UW-Stout Fab Lab / UW-Stout

"I knew very little about Fab Lab equipment or how to build a curriculum around that. But after this week-long workshop we've had and really diving into it and thinking about it, I feel like I am more prepared as an educator. And that is something I can bring back to my school and share with everybody there."  

- Mackenzie Bennin, Granton Area School District