Presented by Robin Marx-Mackerley, MS, Early Childhood Instructor, University of Nevada, Reno Extension; and Cathryn Peshlakai, M.Ed., Program Officer, University of Nevada, Reno Extension
Join this edWebinar as Dr. Monica Burns takes a look at some of the big trends and movements in the EdTech space and creating a plan for the future.
In this edWebinar, learn how reorganization and materials selection helped one learning community embrace “making” across disciplines and grade levels.
In this edWebinar, learn more about how to embrace a maker’s mindset, popular in makerspaces and fablabs across the globe.
Looking for new ideas, tools or projects to reinvigorate inventors in your makerspace? Learn how to take a school or library makerspace to the next level.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Salvatore Menzo provides authentic information on design thinking and its impact on all student learning.
In this edWebinar, Diana Rendina, Media Specialist and Writer, Tampa Preparatory School in Tampa, FL; and Colleen Graves, Teacher Librarian, Ryan High School in Denton, TX, will describe step-by-step how to introduce challenge-based learning into your school library makerspace.
The maker movement continues to gain popularity as schools integrate these spaces and lessons into their schools and curriculum. Michelle will discuss the maker trend and offer tips on how you can start or grow a maker movement in your school.
In this webinar, Beth and Douglas will present the design thinking process. They will show examples of different kinds of makerspaces, from simple to complex, and discuss how teachers can incorporate design thinking into their learning environments.
Students retain less than 10% of what they read alone, but 75% of what they practice by doing. The idea of a “makerspace” has captured imaginations as we consider how we enable student learning through creative projects. In this research-driven session, Kevin Baird (Chairman, non-profit Center for College & Career Readiness) leads us to understand the core elements of creativity and how we can provide students with rigorous, powerful learning experiences through lens of a literacy makerspace.