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First, plan time to sit with Ramsay and/or Momi to brainstorm ideas around what you’d like to accomplish with the project BEFORE it is assigned. They have tons of experience and will help reign in and manage expectations toward what can be done. They also have incredible imaginations and can help see things in a different light, including unforeseen possibilities. Momi normally works in the afternoon hours here in the Commons, but upon request may be able to join morning classes.
Email the periods and dates you’d like to reserve the space and we will put it on the Google Calendar so all can see that it’s being used.
The new glass door, the hallway door and the Innovation Lab door are all keyed with an A-35, so you may unlock and them lock them at the end of class if necessary. Although convenient to have access to the restroom and water fountain during the time teachers are present, it’s important to lock after classes so access to the room and tools are restricted to those who come through the main floor and are using it with permission.
A sink is available in the Archives Room, which will need to be unlocked for you if needed.
A safety presentation MUST be performed during the first period with any NEW classes using the tools, especially the utility knives.
Clean-up is key - please make sure to leave 5-10 minutes at the end of each period to leave the space as it was (or better!). We’ve tried to label as much as possible to help.
Design thinking principles include time for reflection, critique and iteration, so if you can, plan on an additional period for this after the project’s ‘first’ completion, it will reinforce these concepts.