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Making And Tinkering: Hands-On, Integrated Learning

Presenters

  • Michael Hyde
  • Rob van Nood

Description

 Makerspaces, Fablabs, STEM, STEAM.   These are all popular concepts in the world of education today--but how do you bring those ideas to your students and your school in a way that is sustainable and fits into the curriculum you are already doing?   In this hands-on, exploratory workshop, presented by the minds behind Tinker Camp, you will be given the tools and conceptual framework to make tinkering and making real for your students and at the same time have the opportunity to unleash your own creative side.  With over 20 years of experience with project-based learning and student-centered design, your facilitators will move you from inspirational stories and projects to opportunities to design and build using easy to obtain materials,  while learning about simple hand and digital tools that allow any classroom to become a makerspace.  Additionally, we will support you as you plan to bring the concepts and ideas you experience over the day-long workshop to your curriculum. Of course, you and your own questions will play a big role in the direction of the collective experience.   Come prepared to be inspired and tinker in the unknown. 


Event Notes

This course is suitable for teachers and building administrators. The conference rooms can become chilly at times; participants are encouraged to wear layers to ensure comfort.


Location

ESD 112 Conference and Institute Center
2500 NE 65th Avenue Vancouver WA 98661

Dates

  • Mon, July 10 2017 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Clark and Pacific Rooms

Registration

Event # 24847

Price
$180.00
Registered
12 / 24
Registration Ends
Friday Jul 7, 2017 12:00 PM

Registration is now closed.
Professional Hours
Clock Hour Number: VAF1025
6.00 Clock Hours $18.00
6.00 STEM

Subjects

STEM Technology