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STEM, STEAM, Maker Space 2.0 - Are you there yet?

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Imagine... rubber band powered cars racing down the hall, hydraulic claws reaching into a simulated deep sea to recover specimens, wind turbines generating electricity using blades from water bottles and cardboard. Imagine... projects evolving over time and with student understanding. There is no perfect design, so students are never done or bored. Students learn from failures, pulling in math and science concepts while truly innovating. If your STEM, STEAM, or Maker Space isn't "there" yet, or you are ready to take it to the next level, join Darren Coon from TeacherGeek as shares how you can have it all... low cost activities and free curricula that allow what was never possible before. Activities shared will be suitable for grades K-12.

SPONSOR: This webinar is brought to you by TeacherGeek , which solves the most critical problems faced when teaching STEM or STEAM or running a Maker Space. For more info, please visit h


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Saturday, June 15, 2019 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Sponsored, STEAM
Tags: activities, Makerspaces, math, science, sponsor, STEAM, STEM, TeacherGeek

Reviews (18)

Thanks for the information!
Basic Member
Thank you!
Basic Member
This webinar was very informative. I would like further training on this topic please.
Nice work
Full Member
Something that I want to do next year! Thanks!
I was exceptionally inspired by the amount of research and organization that was put into this webinar. I look forward to learning more about Teacher Geek. Thank you.
Basic Member
We are a STEM school, so this help provide some guide in which direction we should go.
Basic Member
Awesome presentation and information!
Basic Member
The information shared was good. The break down about STEM, STEAM, and MakerSpace was informative. Very Helpful Video for beginners
Basic Member
Helpful definitions and entertaining. A little too much promotion for Teacher Geek....but I get it.
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