Facilitated by Lucie DeLaBruere http://learningwithlucie.blogspot.com/
Date: October 3, 2017 9:00 am -3:00 pm (light breakfast and lunch included)
Target Audience: Building and District Leaders
Why and how can having a space for making in your school provide students with an opportunity to develop transferable skills?
· How can it create evidence of proficiencies for portfolios?
· How can it provide flexible pathways for their personal learning plans?
· How can you as a leader support innovation through making?
This day-long workshop will include hands-on experience with maker-centered learning tools and processes that support student growth in transferable skills.
As a participant, you will see and experience the learning design first hand. We’ll also examine student evidence from Vermont schools as well as research summaries about the benefits of maker-centered learning. Learn how other leaders have brought maker education experiences into their schools and the difference it is making.
*Materials: All materials used in maker projects will be provided as part of registration fee.
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About our presenter: Lucie DeLaBruere is a Digital Age Learning Consultant and teaches educational technology related courses at the University of Vermont, St. Michael’s College, and Gradschool of Marlboro College. She is the director of Google Tools for Schools and Mobile Tools for Schools. Lucie has created of a series of projects including TechSavvy Girls, TechSavvy Kids, Teach Savvy Leaders,TechSavvy Learning Communities and Create Make and Learn that are based around her passion for project based learning, student leadership, web 2.0, open-source, Maker Centered Learning and digital equity.