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How to Mix STEM and Play with Hybrid Learning
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Stacia Wagers, Library Media Specialist, Shenandoah Valley Elementary, MO
Hosted by Lauren Watkins, Head of Marketing, Unruly Studios
Sponsored by Unruly Splats
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While a return to school might look different this fall, incorporating STEM and physical activity in the classroom will be more important than ever! While many schools have different plans on what classrooms will look like, most agree there will be a combination of both in-person time and virtual learning – we call this hybrid learning.
In this edWebinar, we discuss how to engage students in STEM and active play with hybrid learning. Watch our special guest Stacia Wagers, Library Media Specialist from Parkway Schools in Missouri, to learn:
- How to use the tools you already have for hybrid learning
- How to mix STEM and play virtually
- How to get students collaborating remotely
- How to improve the teacher-to-student and student-to-student feedback process
This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to kindergarten through middle school teachers, librarians, school and district leaders, technology integration specialists, tech coaches, and curriculum leaders.
About the Presenter
Stacia Wager is a library media specialist at Shenandoah Valley Elementary K-5 in the Parkway School District, MO. She is an ISTE certified educator with a passion for literacy, technology, and STEM.
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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