Educator, designer, and maker of things Jason Erdreich is a passionate educational leader who strives to bring meaningful real-world experiences to makers worldwide. With extensive experience in K-12, University, and adult learning environments, Mr.E has guided students of all ages through learning how to solve problems in collaborative methods while using technology as a tool to facilitate creation, innovation, and success. Mr.E's courses range from technical drawing, product design, CAD, biotechnology, manufacturing, materials processing, electronics, robotics, computer science, multimedia, video production, graphic design, and more.
Outside of his own instructional spaces, Mr.E has worked to create safe, accessible, and engaging makerspace programs to students through collaborative efforts with organizations that include ITEEA, IEEE, The College of New Jersey, Rutgers University, Kean University, NJDOE, Tinkercad, LulzBot, and more. Additionally, Mr.E fuels his own interests and passions in the field by designing products to improve ease of use, or make our world safer through public safety innovations in UAS with SEPA-UAS. Through Erdreich Innovations LLC, Mr.E provides training and consulting services to individuals and organizations in order to bring accessible and and successful technology, engineering, and design education to all learners of all levels. And as Community Engagement Coordinator at Patchr, Mr.E is working to change the way we teach the crucial concepts of electronics and hardware design both in and out of the typical classroom environment.