Our Makerspaces face-to-face professional development series continues on October 23, 2018, from 4:30-7:30 p.m.
Topic: Projects & Learning Approaches to Makerspaces
Theme: 3D Design & Printing
There are still openings available in this free class, so register today!
Read on for more information about our Makerspaces classes.
Would you like to start or improve your classroom or school makerspace or even just learn more about what makerspaces are? Join us on the fourth Tuesday of each month (as listed below), for a course on makerspaces. In this course, you will learn:
- what makerspaces are and why you should use them,
- practical ways to start or improve your classroom or school makerspace,
- tools and activities that you might consider including in a makerspace.
Each week, we’ll cover an aspect of implementing a makerspace and spend time doing activities and using tools related to a specific theme you might include in your makerspace. You’re welcome to attend one or all of the classes! Click here to register.
Attend all 6 classes and complete an assignment to receive 1 USBE credit!
|Date||Implementation Topic||Makerspace Theme|
|August 28||Introduction to Makerspaces: What are makerspaces and why use them?||Engineering|
|October 23||Projects & Learning Approaches to Makerspaces||3D Design & Printing|
|November 27||Makerspace Program Planning & Management||Electronics & Circuits|
|January 22||Exploring Spaces and Places for Makerspaces||Coding|
|February 26||Tools & Materials for Makerspaces||Robotics|
|April 23||Making the Case for Makerspaces||Making Art, Music, & Movies|
Classes will be held on the dates listed above from 4:30-7:30 at the Educational Technology Satellite Lab at Jackling Elementary (3760 Atlas Way, West Valley City, UT).
The Makerspaces classes are just one strand among several offerings in our monthly GSD Ed. Tech. Tuesday courses. Visit the GSD Ed. Tech. Tuesdays site for more information and registration forms for all of our Tuesday night professional development offerings.
Flyer and course information created by Jenny Peirce, Educational Technology Specialist and Team Leader.
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