Brian Purvis

Before becoming the manager of the GE Brilliant Career Lab, Brian leveraged his 18 years as a public school educator to open an integrated maker space at the heart of a Title 1 STEM elementary school.  During his career he has also started an equity centered youth leadership organization, worked to train new teachers at the collegiate level and provided professional development on inquiry based instructional techniques.  Brian is passionate about leveraging digital fabrication technology to enhance and transform traditional K-12 education.

Lesson Plans

This is a new type of lesson page Instead of serving as a place to find a singular lesson about…
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