The goals of the e-NABLE Educators’ Exchange are:
• Collaborate and share lesson plans and best practices
• Engage young people in learning, collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, service, change-making, cross-cultural understanding, and technology.
• Make it easy for informal and formal education organizations to get involved.
• Add schools, colleges, after-school programs, clubs, maker groups, summer programs, Scout troops, etc. to the e-NABLE Community Chapters list so families and recipients can find classrooms and students to help them!
| Elementary /
|Chris Craft’s Prosthetic Kids
Chris Duckett’s UCA Elementary’s Helping Hand Project and Curriculum
Bobbi Seleski’s Hastings Middle School eNABLE Curriculum
Buck Institute for Education – eNABLE PBL Project Design Overview and Student Learning Guide
Vance Kite’s eNABLE Unit Plan – Includes Daily Learning ObjectivesTeach Engineering
|Elizabeth Jackson’s “Vertus” e-NABLE Program (6 week/4 hours per day program building hands and teaching 3D modeling/printing) – High School.
(video)Convent of the Sacred Heart – High School Resources
Video Tutorials by Kids for Kids.
| e-NABLE Siena – College Resources
Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee – College Resources
Peter Binkley – Syllabus – Wrist Powered Devices