Book Study Invent to Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom
Picture a lazy summer day in your mind’s eye and you are likely to see children building tree forts and go carts, or designing telephones and musical instruments from boxes and cans. Making, tinkering, and engineering are powerful learning experiences for humans; encouraging creative problem solving and collaboration. Sylvia Libow Martinez and Gary Stager, Ph.D. believe that by bringing the maker movement into our classrooms, teachers can create a mindset for learning powered by their students’ personal expressions of intellect.
Come join us for lively online discussions as we delve deeper into the maker movement and its potential impact on student performance and teaching practice. All sessions will take place online through our Google Classroom platform. For your convenience, the book study will be conducted asynchronously with convenient access for participants.
Location: MathScience Innovation Center via Google Classroom
Requirements: Access to Google® Classroom (participants must have or create their own Gmail account.) An access code will be sent to your email address after you complete registration.
- Receive 30 relicensure points
- Build the capacity in your classroom for improved student access and engagement in deeper learning
- Enjoy reflecting on your own teaching practice
- Discover ways to bring your vision for your classroom to reality
- Enjoy networking and idea-sharing with colleagues
- Free to full consortium member school divisions
- Participants from institutional member school divisions are eligible to participate on a space-available basis for a fee of $90.00.
- All other participants may attend on a space-available basis for a fee of $180.00.
Costfree for consortium members, see site for details
Richmond, VA 23223
Event ContactDaphne Schmidt
Phone: 804-343-6525 Ext. 80246
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