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Today and thanks to the emergence of the internet, we have many sources to reach knowledge and a wealth of content never seen before. Sometimes this knowledge is organized around learning communities that share it openly through different channels and provide us with resources to apply in the classroom.

In one of the most international tables of this edition, we will have the vision of the protagonists of different learning communities in Mexico, Argentina or Spain, which will allow us to analyze this phenomenon in a global and much broader way.

 

Speakers

Enrique Saavedra

Co-organizer of Maker Faire Galicia

 


Fernando Daguano

Interdisciplinary tech facilitator/course developer. STEAM-OER-DIY-toys developer. Maker. Artist. MIT Media Lab Life Long Kindergarten 2018 fellow. Price ArCiTec 2018 (Arts, Science Technology) at UTN-FRBA (Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Regional Buenos Aires) and exhibit at Centro Cultural San Martín.

 


Patricia Heredia

An engineer passionate about technology, innovation and education, this together with her creativity led her to co-found the startup MiniVinci, a space where children and young people learn STEAM disciplines and share knowledge in a creative way. In addition, she disseminates technology with her partner, the girl Valeria Corrales, on the YouTube channel ValPat. Thanks to this dissemination, they have become references to inspire girls and young people to take an interest in the STEM world. She is a member of Mujeres Tech and co-founder of Mulleres Tech, associations to unite, support and make women in technology visible.


 

 


Trinidad A. Gómez

Degree in Architecture from the University of the Americas Puebla, Master's degree from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia in Barcelona, Spain; she graduated from Fab Academy and Fabricademy 2017 at Fab Lab Barcelona. She speaker Tedx Cancun 2016, state award for youth 2018 in the category in entrepreneurship and POSiBLE generation 2019. She is Co-founder of “#ArtesanaLAB” and “Fab Craft. Fab Labs Network for the development of Digital Crafts in Latin America ”. Co-founder and director of Fab Lab Maya, Digital Manufacturing Laboratory developing social and educational programs to boost the economy of Handicrafts in the Mayan Zone of Mexico.

 


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