Teaching with TinkerCAD

Webinar Series

Interdisciplinary PBL with Tinkercad

In this Teaching With Tinkercad webinar, we'll explore interdisciplinary project-based learning. Could Tinkercad engage students across subjects? Could a tech lab instructor team up with a Gen Ed teacher to make learning come alive? The answers are YES! Join us and our guest speakers to learn how.

Please join us for one hour of PD on Thursday, January 27, 2022 at 4 pm Pacific Time. 

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Meet the speakers

Shayna Holloway

Innovation Manager at Timothy Smith Network

Shayna Holloway is the Innovation Manager with the Timothy Smith Network (TSN,) a Boston-based nonprofit organization which empowers organizations and individuals to effectively access and use cutting-edge technology. At TSN, Shayna manages educational programs for all ages that seek to bridge the digital divide and prepare participants for higher education and futures in today’s 21st century tech-driven workforce. Prior to joining TSN, Shayna worked as an educator in the Boston Public Schools for nearly a decade. A graduate North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, she also earned a master’s degree from the University of Massachusetts Boston in Early Childhood Education and Teaching. Shayna loves Boba tea, music, reading and anime, and is always open to collaborate through her role at TSN!

Michelle Scilingo

Middle School Science Teacher/49ers STEM Leadership Institute Teacher at Santa Clara Unified School District

Michelle Scilingo has enjoyed teaching secondary science since 1999. She spent her first nine years teaching Integrated Science and Biology, serving as Science Department Chair, and Library Technology Teacher at Homestead High School in Cupertino, CA. To increase her global awareness and empathy for students, she moved to Chiang Mai, Thailand, to engage in non-profit work and taught English in Thai schools and middle school science at Grace International School. Upon returning to the United States, Michelle taught middle school science at Valley Christian Junior High and served as the Applied Math, Science, and Engineering program coordinator. Currently she is working as an 8th grade science teacher and 49ers STEM Leadership Institute Teacher at Cabrillo Middle School in Santa Clara, CA. Michelle earned her B.S. in Physiology from U.C. Davis and M.A. in education from Stanford.

Sarah Rahman

Program and Technology Manager at 49ers STEM Leadership Institute

Sarah Rahman is a Program and Technology Manager at Silicon Valley Education Foundation (SVEF) where she supports the 49ers STEM Leadership Institute, which provides multi-year STEM enrichment, skills training, and leadership development across middle and high school. Prior to joining SVEF, Sarah had worked for nearly a decade as a science teacher for the Santa Clara Unified School District and in the San Francisco Bay area at Rolling Hills Middle School. Sarah holds a master’s degree in education from Santa Clara University and is currently pursuing a master’s of science degree in the field of cybersecurity from Arizona State University.

Kellyanne Mahoney

Youth Program Specialist at Autodesk

Kellyanne Mahoney is a National Board Certified Teacher, former educator of 13 years with Boston Public Schools, and Youth Program Specialist at Autodesk. Kellyanne uses design thinking to bridge the problems faced in schools with the problem of creating equitable onramps into the innovation economy for students.

Jennie Fennelle

Youth Content Development Manager at Autodesk

Jennie Fennelle is the Youth Content Development Manager at Autodesk. She studied English/Communications at Longwood University in Virginia and Communication Studies in the graduate program at the University of Portland. At Autodesk, she focuses on creating content in support of educators and students using 3D design and make software, including Tinkercad and Fusion 360.