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Sunday, December 11 • 8:30am - 11:30am
Inquiry-Based Instruction Using Arduinos and Circuits FILLING

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Want to bring hands-on learning into your classroom and work on 21st century skills like collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking? Love the Maker Movement? You will learn what arduinos have done for students' ability to problem-solve, build, create, apply what they learn in creative avenues, and allow for student reflection of their own learning along the way. You will leave with ideas and working knowledge on how you can implement circuitry, arduinos, and visual arts into your classroom using the Bean Loader app in conjunction with the iPad.

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Natalie Weatherman

Teacher/Chaperone, Shakopee Schools
As a Digital Learning Coach at Shakopee Public Schools (and former media specialist), I am passionate about student learning and engagement. I love to learn and get out of my comfort zone to bring the best learning opportunities to our students. | | @NatalieWeatherm


Sunday December 11, 2016 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway D/E

Attendees (15)