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Fabricating Society, 13th International Conference of Digital Fabrication

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Theoretical Workshops [clear filter]
Wednesday, August 2
 

14:30

218 Sustainable Fab Lab Goals / Objetivos de Fab Labs Sostenibles' (bilingual)
After "Fab Lab Life Cycle" workshops on setting-up and running a fablab at four FAB-conferences and Fab Lab Safety Game sessions during two, it is time for the next level: the Sustainable Fab Lab Goals.* Countries of the world agreed on 17 Sustainable Development Goals to be completed by all in 2030. Fab labs of the world could use them as a global framework to identify where we could make a difference. This helps clarify our potential impact on local, regional or global scale. It helps us to align our social activities and makes our labs and the whole more sustainable itself as well. Where sustainable development goals and sustainable fab lab goals coincide, new opportunities for structural cooperation and sustainable funding emerge. Come and join us in this bilingual workshop! * Fab Lab Life Cycle and Fab Lab Safety Game documentation is free to download via http://bit.ly/fablabonline. Results of the new workshop will follow.

Facilitators: Pieter van der Hijden (The Netherlands / Suriname) with Enrico Bassi (Italy), Vaneza Caycho Ñuflo (Peru), Neville Govender (South Africa), Yogesh Kulkarni (India), Wendy Neale (New Zealand)

Moderators
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Pieter van der Hijden

consultant, Sofos Consultancy
Pieter is consultant on ict-for-development, gaming/simulation, making and learning. He implemented Fab Lab Suriname and develops STEM-activities for children and teachers. During FAB13 he runs the workshop on "Sustainable Fab Lab Goals". He works from its own one person company... Read More →

Workshop Tutors
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Enrico Bassi

fablab manager, opendot
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Yogesh Kulkarni

Project Manager, Vigyan Ashram


Wednesday August 2, 2017 14:30 - 16:30
Hosting Lab FabHaus El Comendador 1916, Providencia. Santiago de Chile

14:30

Strategies for Resilience in the FabLab Network
23B1 Auditorio 3B This workshop series will help you to make your fab lab more inclusive and comfortable for everyone. We work with many different kinds of people every day within the local fab lab and the virtual fab lab – with refugees and migrants, people from a variety of cultures, ages, genders and sexual orientation. These experiential workshop series will help you promote a culturally safer environment for your whole fab community. These workshops are designed to increase participant’s knowledge of traumatic stress, its possible impact on children, adults, and project based learning. This training has been created in collaboration with Wendy Neale from FabLab WGTN, Jean Luc Pierite from Fab Foundation, and Victor Jose Santana from VJS Consulting. The workshop will explore tools and frameworks that participants can apply to their fab lab programs, activities and or communities.
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Identity Development
Resilience Mapping
Resilience within FabLab Network
TRAUMA & ITS IMPACT
Defining Trauma and Experiences
Common Trauma Responses
TRAUMA EXPOSURE & CULTURE OF CARE
Secondary Trauma
Cultural Identity & Coping
Self-Care Plans
TRAUMA’S IMPACT
Stress, Resilience & the Brain
Samuel’s Backpack
RESPONDING TO TRAUMA REACTIONS
Crisis Response Tools
Containment
TRAUMA-INFORMED APPROACHES
Elements of Trauma-Informed Conversations
Critical Decision Making Skills
Decisional Balance
TRAUMA-INFORMED PROGRAMS
TI Accountability
TIPPS Assessment
Action Plans

Workshop Tutors
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Victor Jose Santana

Principal & Senior Trainer, VJS Consulting
Victor Jose Santana holds a Master of Arts degree with a specialization in restorative justice through youth leadership development and trauma awareness from Lesley University. He has also studied educational neuroscience and the neurology of trauma. Victor Jose has worked across... Read More →


Wednesday August 2, 2017 14:30 - 16:30
Centro de Extension Universidad Catolica O'Higgins, Av Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 390, Santiago, Región Metropolitana

16:30

Fab Lab Management Best Practices
Limited Capacity full
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Managing a Fab Lab is a lot of work. Every lab develops its own practices and many repeat the same mistakes. As Fab Labs are scaling from 1,000 to 1,000,000 in the coming years it is crucial to learn from each other so that this movement has a lasting effect on society.
We want to share know-how and exchange best practices of running a Fab Lab. Furthermore, we present Fabman, a cloud-based tool we developed at Happylab to reduce the work load on lab managers and increase safety.
See how the system works and get access to the cloud. For the workshop, we will work together with Jens Dyvik and show how to integrate his self-built Open Source machine into Fabman.

Workshop Tutors

Wednesday August 2, 2017 16:30 - 18:30
Centro de Extension Universidad Catolica O'Higgins, Av Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 390, Santiago, Región Metropolitana