We're excited to begin working with you to deliver interest-driven STEAM education to your students. By participating in FUSE, students will build on their 21st-century skill set while developing new interests in STEAM-related fields. This year’s FUSE training took place over the course of 2 days in a live webinar format.
The following 4 video recordings cover everything you need to know to start facilitating your FUSE studio. Beneath each video is a description of what it covers as well as some useful links related to those topics.
At the conclusion of the training, feel free to use the link at the bottom of the page to schedule a call with the FUSE team to discuss the role and your school's implementation.
Getting to know FUSE
An introduction to the program that covers its origin, core design principles, and an introduction on how students experience FUSE
Identifying the desired outcomes of a FUSE implementation and defining what student success looks like in the studio
Introduction to Facilitation
How does facilitation differ from teaching and what techniques can be used to promote individual growth
Building a FUSE Studio culture
Telltale signs of a healthy FUSE studio along with tips and tricks to create the optimal studio environment
How to use the FUSE website as a facilitator
Learn about the teacher side of the FUSE website, including managing student accounts and digital classrooms
Kits and Resupply
Get to know what physical materials come with your FUSE Studio, how to manage them, and how to order new supplies
Grading and Assessing FUSE
Learn about some current best practices used to quantify student achievement in FUSE, as well as how decisions about grading can impact the program's desired outcomes
- Set-Up Checklist and First Day of FUSE Guide
- Unboxing Your Kits
- Getting Your Computers Ready for FUSE
- Which challenges can be done on a Chromebook
- Permission Slips
- Join Slack (If prompted, the name of the Slack Workspace is fuse-community)
How to access and use the FUSE help resources