[TheThinkTank] Online curriculum for youth with STEM content

Kim Schaffer kim at communitybikeworks.org
Fri Apr 3 17:37:56 PDT 2020


Excellent! Community Bike Works in Allentown here—Mel Cody our Program Director has started working on this; I’ll suggest he be in touch. 

Kim Schaffer

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From: Thethinktank [mailto:thethinktank-bounces at lists.bikecollectives.org] On Behalf Of Deb Salls
Sent: Friday, April 3, 2020 8:35 PM
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Subject: Re: [TheThinkTank] Online curriculum for youth with STEM content

 

Yes-  An offline group to talk about this would be great-  Send me your email to  if you are interested in collaborating  deb at bikeworks.org   Or respond here and I will make a list and we can set up a video chat about it to talk through ideas


There may be one or more types  of classes that could be created from this


Deb


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On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 4:35 PM Ainsley Naylor <needleandthread at gmail.com> wrote:

I'm starting to brainstorm this same thing, as I would like to be able to create some kind of "curriculum" online that folks could go through (pretty quickly) to be able to get a bike, since Build-A-Bike classes are not an option.

 

I would love to work on this with some folks collaboratively, if we are all aiming for the same type of content. Reinventing the wheel is not efficient, as we already know!

 

Could we start an off-list email or other chat for interested parties?

 

ainsley.

 

On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 6:44 PM BICAS <bicas at bicas.org> wrote:

Hitchhiking on this thread! We at BICAS would be very interested in this also. =)

 

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