Unusual collaborations can often lead to new ways of taking, and analyzing data. This talk looks at lessons learned from working with chefs, circus performers, and preschoolers.
AnnMarie Thomas is an engineering and entrepreneurship professor at the University of St. Thomas, where she directs the Center for Engineering Education and the Playful Learning Lab. She was the founding executive director of the Maker Education nonprofit, and is the author of Making Makers: Kids, Tools, and the Future of Innovation. AnnMarie has an SB in ocean engineering from MIT, and MS and PhD degrees from Caltech.
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