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Differentiating Lessons Involving Robotics for All Students
Monday December 11, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
Presented by Lisa Rode, Sixth Grade Teacher, Kings Glen Elementary in Fairfax County, VA
Sponsored by Dexter Industries
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Do you want to learn how to integrate robotics into the core curriculum and reach all types of learners? In this edWebinar, learn how to integrate robotics into core curriculum to engage students of all abilities.
In this edWebinar, Lisa Rode, a sixth grade classroom teacher at Kings Glen Elementary in Springfield, VA, shares:
- How robotics can transform a classroom community
- Details on her journey into robotics in her inclusive classroom
- Ways to scaffold instruction for students with diverse needs
Elementary, middle and high school educators, librarians, technology resource teachers, and anyone who is working with children and interested in or already using technology will benefit from watching this recorded session. Learn about integrating robotics into the classroom in ways to engage all learners.
About the Presenter
Lisa Rode is a sixth grade classroom teacher at Kings Glen Elementary in Fairfax County, VA. This is her 11th year teaching sixth grade. In 2014, Lisa started a Raspberry Pi after-school robotics club to teach students programming, engineering, and problem-solving skills. She integrates technology and robotics into classroom lessons and an after-school program.
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Dexter Industries is an American robotics company specializing in Raspberry Pi-based robot kits. Dexter Industries believes educators should be equipped with the best tools and resources to make learning technology more accessible to all students.