A 2-day introductory workshop Facilitated by Lucie DeLaBruere http://learningwithlucie.blogspot.com/
August 14 & 15, 2017
GREAT Locations: Day 1: at the Generator- a community Makerspace Day 2: in a school Makerspace at Burlington Tech
Target Audience: Innovative Teachers and Teams considering a Maker Space
You’ve heard about this Maker Space movement, perhaps even visited a maker space, and now as you are thinking about student engagement, project-based learning, coding as a language and personalized learning, you are ready to hear and do more! What do you and your team need to know?
Lucie – way ahead of her time, will share insights, opportunities, materials and the research on WHY creating a maker space will build capacity in your students and strength in your instruction. She will share design ideas and give you/your team an opportunity to play with materials to see the connections.
Maker Spaces can be used to support:
· Instructional shifts
· Proficiency based learning
· Standards of Practice
· Differentiated Learning
· Creative Thinking and Student Engagement
You will leave energized, with some fun materials and ready to take the next steps to bringing this innovation to your class or school. Lucie also runs a weeklong institute every summer: Create – Make – Learn (July 31 – Aug 4) which could be a great opportunity for schools to create a team approach extending your school’s capacity to leverage maker centered learning. Visit www.CreateMakeLearn.org to learn more!
Day 1: at the Generator- a community Makerspace
Day 2: in a school Makerspace at Burlington Tech
CVEDC Members $385 Non-members $485
*includes meals and Maker Space materials valued at $75.00 (Makey Makey, Alligator clips, coin cell batteries and holders, LED, circuit stickers and copper tape)
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