Dremel Names Idea Ambassadors
Dremel has selected 10 K-12 educators as Dremel Idea Builder Ambassadors for the 2016-17 school year.
ambassadors were selected from a pool of applicants across the United
States. According to information from Dremel, they have a variety of
backgrounds and skillsets, with and without experience using 3D
The ambassadors will each receive a Dremel Idea Builder 3D40 and 10 spools of filament. They will use the 3D printer and filament to
develop lesson ideas for 3D building projects. Beginning in August, the
ambassadors will begin sharing videos of their lesson ideas, along with
explanations of their designing and building process, on Dremel's
social media channels.
The Dremel Idea Builder Ambassadors include:
- Thrisha Bautista from Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, IL;
- Karen Bosch from Southfield Christian School in Southfield, MI;
- Scott Hagedorn from Sabine Pass Independent School District in Sabine Pass, TX;
- Ken Hawthorn from the Archdiocese of San Francisco in San Francisco, CA;
- Eric Langhorst from Liberty Public Schools in Liberty, MO;
- Michael Miller from Otsego Public Schools in Otsego, MI;
- Nick Provenzano from Grosse Pointe Public School System in Grosse Pointe, MI;
- Faith Plunkett from Huntsville City Schools in Huntsville, AL;
- Marcos Navas from Union City Public Schools in Union City, NJ; and
- Joy Schwartz from Hardin-Jefferson Independent School District in Sour Lake, TX.
Further information about Dremel 3D printers in education can be found on Dremel's site.
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