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Distance Learning: How to Support STEM and Physical Activity at Home
Thursday, April 9, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Presented by Kristin Harrington, EdTech Coach, Flagler County Schools, FL
Hosted by Lauren Watkins, Marketing Lead, Unruly Splats
Sponsored by Unruly Splats
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Creating student engagement with STEM learning is more challenging than ever as educators transition to distance learning.
In this edWebinar, Kirstin Harrington, EdTech Coach from Flagler County Schools, discusses how she is supporting teachers and students with STEM activities to keep students learning and engaged at home.
In this edWebinar, learn:
- How to balance education with student engagement at home
- How to mix STEM and active movement at home
- Free tools for mindfulness and SEL for students
- Advice on how to support other teachers and staff
Also learn more about Unruly Splats sponsoring $250K worth of Splats to educators through their COVID19 Educator Grant.
This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to kindergarten through middle school teachers, librarians, library media specialists, technology integration specialists and coaches, principals, and school and district leaders.
About the Presenter
Kristin Harrington is an edTech coach for Flagler County School District in Palm Coast, FL, as well as an adjunct professor for Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL. She has a master’s degree in educational technology and instructional design from the University of Florida. Kristin is a PLN leader for the ISTE Learning Spaces Network and guest writer for ISTE Empowered Learner magazine and blog. She is also the co-founder of Edcamp St. Augustine and Edcamp Flagler, as well as a current board member for the Florida Council of Instructional Technology Leaders (FCITL).
About the Host
Lauren Watkins is the marketing lead at Unruly Studios. Before coming to Unruly, she worked in the 3D printing industry at Pinshape and Formlabs for three years and helped bring 3D printing to schools across the globe. A passionate techy, she loves working with educators to make STEM and technology more fun and physically active for kids!
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Unruly Splats introduces coding for kids through physically active games. Students program Splats with our block coding app and write the rules that tell Splats when to light up and make sounds when they are stomped on! Students code their own games with Splats and play them with classmates! Think whack-a-mole, relay races, and red light green light! Splats are built to be stomped on and are iPad and Chromebook compatible.