Whether you’ve had a makerspace for years, don’t have one yet, or are just getting started, this webinar has something for you!
Join Alexandra Dunn, speech language pathologist at Upper Canada District School Board, and Heather Snider, grade 2/3 teacher at Glen Tay Public School in Perth, Ontario, Canada, as they talk about collaborative learning environments built around the tenets of Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
In this session, the presenter will share effective strategies to repurpose vacated space in innovative ways.
We can embrace change and harness its power, or resist it and be pushed to the margins. Using the backdrop of great new maker tools, PhD physicist Steve Kurti explored the need for leveraging the great features of new technology to find a timeless treasure: independent learning. Steve also investigated how maker education and makerspaces can supercharge run-of-the-mill projects by considering that any good teacher can create an environment for exploration.
In this webinar, presented by the LMC @ The Forefront community on edWeb.net, Leslie Preddy explained what a makerspace in a library is and why it is needed for today’s learner.