Monday, November 26 • 8:00am - 3:00pm
Maximizing Learning Outcomes with MakerEd: A Pilot Program for the Future!

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When MakerEd meets the curriculum in a classroom, student learning and engagement are evident and measurable. Learn how to introduce MakerEd technology into everyday teaching and explore best practices for integrating MakerEd activities to support core content areas. This workshop is first step in joining a NH pilot program sponsored by Eduporium in association with NHSTE. Come discover how to incorporate tech into learning and adjust existing lesson plans when adding MakerEd tools. Then test the viability of innovative tech in a particular lesson while observing its compatibility with your individual teaching style. Receive a starter collection of appropriate EdTech tools to experience onsite and back in your classroom. Last year in partnership with the Highlander Institute, Eduporium organized a successful pilot in five Rhode Island schools and is ready to share their findings and help NH schools participate in a similar program. Every phase of the pilot is described, including guidance and assistance with tech selection, student involvement, finding and launching projects, reflection, presentation, and sharing. All attendees will be eligible to participate in the limited-time pilot program (November 2018 to April 2019), have a chance to discuss this opportunity and ask questions during the workshop, and then decide if this pilot is suitable for them. This workshop is offered in both MITI and BYOD formats. (Presenter(s): Dmitri Yakovlev, COO, Eduporium, and Anna Orientale, EdTech Specialist, Eduporium, and Andy Larmand, Eduporium)

Monday November 26, 2018 8:00am - 3:00pm