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tech·brar·ian (tek brer′ē ən)
- a passionate educator in search of technology to support talent development and social action in teens.
a trust-sparker who journeys with students to better our world, enabled by high- and low-tech constructions.
Hey there! I’m Dr. Lou Lahana, Ed.D., and I’m the Makerspace Coordinator at the Island School located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. This website is here to support the social activism of my inspired and inventive middle schoolers. Feel free to borrow my ideas (but give me credit!) and contact me with any questions lou.lahana(at)gmail.com. In my efforts to protect copyright holders, I have placed passwords on certain material. If you are an educator wishing to use the material, contact me for more info.
Grand Prize Award Winner: FLAG Award for Teaching Excellence
Profiled on Chalkbeat:
Profiled in AM New York:
Profiled in Yong Zhao’s Take-Action Guide to World Class Learners
6th Grade Student Britney gains recognition for her Insect-eating documentary produced by The Techbrarian:
To see some of my talented teens in action click below: