I am glad to hear that is the model you are using. I hosted my first faculty meeting at Hillbrook focused on making. It was 1.5 hours and we had stations all over campus (welding, sketching, laser cutting, woodshop, scratch programming, art bots, makey makey, squishy circuits, munchies and mocktails, garageband and blogging) taught by teachers, students and parents. I think it reached about 2% of the faculty because we are trained to be skeptical of faculty meetings, but if we make it part of who we are on a regular basis, it might take hold.
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