Jess Malloy

Jess Malloy

Website: https://stemingahead.blogspot.com/

 

Jessica is a STEM Curriculum and Instructional Specialist and consultant on the topics of makerspace and space transformation. Her library transformation was featured in Diana Rendina’s book, Reimagining Library Spaces. Jessica is a co-founder of Gadget Girls, an engineering initiative raising interest in STEM disciplines particularly for girls in Grades 3-5. Jessica is a consultant for Construct Learning and currently serves as a Collaborative Leadership Team Leader on the National Girls Collaborative Project. She serves on the Teacher Advisory Group for Pitsco. Jessica is an ExxonMobil STEM Academy Alum, presented at NSTA, TCEA, CAST, TLA and ISTE to share her passion for STEM and making. Jessica currently resides in Plano, Texas with her three children.

Where to find Jess at #INConnectED

Session Date Time Room
Make Her Education
Thursday, Oct. 17
9:45-10:35
2078
Students cannot be what they cannot see. This session will focus on how girls and underrepresented minorities can benefit from design thinking and maker challenges.
Make Your MakerSpace Epic
Thursday, Oct. 17
2:40-3:30
2078
This session will give tips and tricks for space design and areas that can fit any budget.
Make Your MakerSpace Epic
Friday, Oct. 18
9:45-10:35
2078
This session will give tips and tricks for space design and areas that can fit any budget.
Spotlight Chat: Makerspaces
Friday, Oct. 18
11:25-11:55
Library Media Center
Spotlight chat about Makerspaces featuring Faith Plunkett, Heather Lister, Jess Malloy, and Sherry Gick (moderator)
Make Her Education
Friday, Oct. 18
2:20-3:10
2078
Students cannot be what they cannot see. This session will focus on how girls and underrepresented minorities can benefit from design thinking and maker challenges.