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Mobile Makerspaces: Tinkering with STEAM

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Overview

Would you like to transform your students from consumers to creators? Are you looking for a variety of go-to STEAM ideas to use in your school or classroom all year long? Join Deb Norton as you explore, learn, and discover creative and innovative activities and projects that are centered around science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics. And best of all, these activities are mobile and movable! They do not need to be housed in a central location, but can be brought into a classroom or any other unique location. Deb will share a variety of projects and possibilities for educators at every level, from low-end to high-end technology. Discover how to bring STEAM to your students through mobile makerspaces.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, November 3, 2018 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: STEAM, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: arts, engineering, maker, math, mobile makerspaces, science, STEAM, STEM, technology

Reviews (21)

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Thanks for sharing your info.
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So many possibilities. Loved it!!!
Full Member
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That will be awesome to have the links. Thanks.
Full Member
 
Great ideas!! Would it be possible for you to post the links?
Full Member
 
Great ideas!
Full Member
 
Excellent presentation with lots of creative ideas and resources.
 
This was a great presentation, but it is saying I did not complete it. How can I get credit for this webinar?
Full Member
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Lots of resources shared! Much appreciated. On the elementary Level I use BeeBots and Ozobots as well - even with kinder and pre-k.
Full Member
 
This was greata number of items with which I was not familiar. It would really help if the links were posted here, as I can't access them using the on-demand feature (4 months after the presentation was live). Thank you for sharingit was rapid-fire quick, but needed to be in order to get all of the info in the 30 minutes allotted. Since I watched it later, I was able to pause as needed to quickly look things up online. Thank you!
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great
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