Fab Academy 2020

Charlotte Latin Fab Lab


Sydney Gee
Vincent Zhou
Sophia Vona
William Zhou
Elaine Liu
Harri Seto
Alexandra Coston


Terence Fagan
Adam Harris
Tom Dubick
William Rudolph
David Taylor

**Fab Academy Instructor Agreement**

*The Fab Academy is responsible for:*

- Teaching principles and practices of digital fabrication
- Arranging lectures, recitations, meetings, and events for the class
- Evaluating and providing feedback on student work
- Offering clear standards for completing assignments
- Certifying and archiving student progress
- Supervising class preparation
- Reviewing prospective students, instructors, and labs
- Providing central staff and infrastructure for students, instructors, and labs
- Fund-raising for costs not covered by student tuition
- Managing and reporting on the program's finances, results, and impacts
- Publicizing the program
- Promoting a respectful environment free of harassment and discrimination

*I am a Fab Academy instructor, responsible for:*

- Mastering and mentoring the skills taught in the class
- Providing adequate availability to assist my students
- Participating in class preparation
- Planning ahead for my lab to be ready for class topics
- Timely local review and reporting on my students' progress
- Promoting a respectful environment free of harassment and discrimination

Signed by committing this file in my repository,

Terence Fagan, Adam Harris, Tom Dubick, Will Rudolph, and David Taylor

Group Assignments

Computer-Controlled Cutting
Electronic Production
3D Scanning and Printing
Electronic Design
Computer-Controlled Machining
Embedded Programming
Input Devices
Output Devices
Molding and Casting
Networking and Communications
Interface and Application programming
Mechanical Design & Machine Design

About Our Lab

We are participating on our fourth cycle of Fab Academy since the founding of our lab in 2016. Our lab is a node with 11 graduates, six teachers and five high school students.