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Monday, November 28
 

8:00am

Apps Across the Curriculum - Supporting Diverse Learners with Google & iOS
After first issuing 1:1 iPads, Chromebooks, and laptops, many schools are now implementing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) programs that provide more choice for educators and learners. Some are Going Google with Chromebooks and Google Apps for Education (GAFE), some are using iPads and tablets. How do you support diverse learners on all devices, using free and low cost Apps & AT solutions? Join us for UDL presented session focusing on ensuring success for all learners using the tools, features and apps available in Apple's App Store and Devices and in Google's Chrome Web Store and Docs. These free and low cost AT solutions personalize education for students, as well as engage and include all students in a UDL environment, on all devices, across the curriculum. Learn about a number of built-in accessibility features, as well as a number of free and low cost apps, extensions, add-ons and web resources to support your learners in accessing textbooks, learning materials (handouts/worksheets), research and study skills and completing assignments using technology. AT and app solutions to support diverse learners are also explored including those with learning disabilities (including dyslexia), physical disabilities, low vision or blindness, and difficulties with executive functioning, literacy and math. Discover a powerful toolkit for fostering access and success across all platforms, devices, and subjects! (Presenter(s): Diana Petschauer, Assistive Technology Professional, Consult, AT for Education, and Kelsey Hall, AT for Education)

Monday November 28, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm
Hawthorne

8:00am

GAFE Domain Administrators - Behind the Curtain
Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned Google Apps Domain Administrator this session is a MUST for you! An experienced Google Certified Administrator discusses the Admin Console including the best and proven practices in areas such as organization unit structure, security, backup, etc. Third party tools are also shown to help streamline account management, active directory and SIS integration, command line access, along with account and data security auditing. (Presenter(s): Tim Maki, Director of Technology, Tilton School)

Monday November 28, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm
Salon B

8:00am

MITI - 100 Things You Can Do WIth Your New Winbook
Learn 100 things to do with their new Lenovo N22 Winbook. This Windows 10 device offers flexibility to use Chrome, Internet Explorer, or other web browsers. You can be a Google or Microsoft user - or a combination of both. This session is for all level users. This Winbook is rugged, durable and designed for education. The device is drop resistant with a water resistant keyboard. It includes a rotatable camera, anti-glare screen and a battery that lasts up to 10 hours. Come join us for a fun filled day! The registration fee for this MITI workshop includes the cost of the workshop AND the device. The specific Winbook model selected and exact price will be posted in October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. Starting Friday, November 4, 2016, if you ALREADY have or want to order the required device on your own, you may register for this workshop as a BYOD for just the cost of the workshop, $110. (Presenter(s): Karen Switzer, Technology Integration Facilitator, Laconia School District)

Monday November 28, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm
Salon D

8:00am

MITI - Assistive Technology Top 10: What You Need to Know!
Learn about Assistive Technology and supports for ALL learners. All participants receive a Chromebook in order to master the tools / strategies discussed throughout the session. There are many myths about assistive technology (AT) in education. AT is all expensive. AT is complicated. AT Requires huge investments in staff time to implement. All untrue! In fact, many supports are built into the technology already in your schools. The registration fee for this MITI workshop includes the cost of the workshop AND the device. The specific Chromebook model selected and exact price will be posted in October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. Through hands on learning experiences, participants will also explore AT tools and supports in the areas of reading, writing, executive function supports and communication. Presenter develops a customized web resource site that will support the learning during the session and provide a platform for continued networking after the session. Sponsored by NH State Department of Education - Bureau of Special Education Starting Friday, November 4, 2016, if you ALREADY have or want to order the required device on your own, you may register for this workshop as a BYOD for just the cost of the workshop, $110. (Presenter(s): Mike Marotta, Assistive Technology Specialist, Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC)

Monday November 28, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm
Salon C

8:00am

MITI - Chromebook & Tablet in One: Effective Lesson Integration
A Touchscreen Chromebook that is also capable of accessing the new Android Apps for Chromebooks program is included in the cost of this 6-hour Pre-Conference MITI workshop. Chromebooks have become a preferred and successful digital tool choice in many learning settings. Now, they are going to the next level by also working in a tablet mode with Android Apps! This takes the Chromebook from laptop to tablet mode. Educators in this workshop explore set-up and basics of Chromebook use, tips, and tricks, as well as explore basic Google apps integration and Andriod Apps integration. In the second half of the day, participants also explore and work with some great Chrome and Android apps and extensions and take away some class lesson ideas as well as tips for working with struggling and unique learners. Presenter and Google Education Trainer Jennifer Lowton has been working with Chromebooks K-12 across multiple districts, as well as with struggling and unique learners and shares some very cool tools to unlock the true potential of the Chromebook. The registration fee for this MITI workshop includes the cost of the workshop AND the device. The specific Chromebook model selected and exact price will be posted in October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. Starting Friday, November 4, 2016, if you ALREADY have or want to order the required device on your own, you may register for this workshop as a BYOD for just the cost of the workshop, $110. (Presenter(s): Jennifer Lowton, Digital Learning & Innovations Coordinator, EdCITES, LLC & Pinkerton Academy)

Monday November 28, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm
Salon A

8:00am

MITI - Digital Photography & Video Across the Curriculum
The resolution offered by smartphone and tablet cameras now meet or exceed most point and shoot cameras and hand-held video cameras. Harness the power offered by this every day tool by using various accessories such as lenses, lights, and microphones to document your classroom activities and empower your students to visually demonstrate their learning. Receive and experiment with lenses, lights, and microphones using your smartphone or tablet. Learn to create videos and photos using the native apps on their device, then assemble products using video editing apps such as iMovie, Shadow Puppet EDU, or FilmoraGo. Share resulting products by uploading it to a video-sharing site such as schooltube or Youtube. By the end of this workshop participants develop an understanding of how to use video editing software and the various accessories to encourage students to create their own content. The registration fee for this MITI workshop includes the cost of the workshop AND the accessories listed. The specific products selected and exact price will be posted in October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. (Presenter(s): Etienne Vallee, Librarian / Media Specialist, Moultonborough Academy)

Monday November 28, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm
Dartmouth

8:00am

MITI - Google Cardboard is Your Virtual Reality
Use YOUR device and the Google Cardboard app on the mobile device of your choice to explore virtual reality for innovative instruction opportunities including Google Expeditions. Included in this workshop is a sturdy Google Cardboard device. Laurie and Maureen guide participants through the use of the cardboard app and demo a variety of virtual reality environments. Learn about creating your own virtual reality experiences in just about any content area in the morning and then spend the afternoon creating a VR lesson you can use in your classroom. No experience is necessary as this is a beginner's workshop. Just bring your enthusiasm for trying something new. The registration fee for this MITI workshop includes the cost of the workshop AND the device. The specific Google Cardboard device selected and exact price will be posted in October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. Starting Friday, November 4, 2016, if you ALREADY have or want to order the required device on your own, you may register for this workshop as a BYOD for just the cost of the workshop, $110. (Presenter(s): Laurie Prewandowski, Technology Integration Specialist, Kearsarge Regional School District, and Maureen McGinty, www.kearsarge.org)

Monday November 28, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm
Coolidge

8:00am

Stay Calm & Google On
Is your school a Google school? Are you struggling to keep up with all that it can do for you? Join Rebecca and Jo for this six-hour beginner course on getting you "Going On Google". The workshop includes Google Drive (docs, sheets, forms, slides, folders, and sharing) before lunch and after lunch participants create and explore Google Classroom. Following this six-hour workshop you will be well on your way to becoming a Google expert. (Presenter(s): Rebecca Bureau, Educator, Kingswood Regional Middle School, and Jo Williams, SAU 49)

Monday November 28, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm
Curriers

8:00am

Technology Is The Vehicle, Not The Destination
Learn how to use the SAMR Model to assess where students are in their use of technology. Discuss common misconceptions related to technology integration. Using Bloom's Revised Taxonomy as a framework, educators explore and experiment with tools to promote collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving using their own devices. Tips for teaching students to choose the right tool for the job and how to use technology safely are shared. Discover how to select technology resources that enhance learning and instruction, support student choice, promote interdisciplinary studies, and assess understanding. Time is provide for attendees to explore a variety of tools, collaborate with peers, and plan for integrating technology into their curriculum using a BYOD or 1:1 format. (Presenter(s): Shannon Siegler, 8th Grade ELA Teacher, Laconia Middle School, and Lindsay Middleton, Laconia Middle School)

Monday November 28, 2016 8:00am - 3:00pm
Robert Frost

3:30pm

Converging Practice in K-12: The Role of Digital Resources
The mission of the Center for Digital Learning follows, "to nurture a community of thought leaders who are rethinking education with technology as the catalyst. Our vision is to make education relevant and accessible for students worldwide." Join Dr. Kecia Ray as she facilitates a conversation with district and schools administrators about current pedagogical practices, instructional technology, and the emphasis on competency for learning. What is the appropriate role of digital resources? What skills, tools, and resources do both students and educators require? Where are the best sources of and strategies for professional learning? What resources are valued? What policies and guidelines are needed? Where is your district or school now and where are you headed? How might you set your goals and create a plan of action to achieve those goals? Light refreshments are served during this workshop. (Presenter(s): Kecia Ray, Executive Director, Center for Digital Learning)

Monday November 28, 2016 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Coolidge

6:00pm

Chrome as AT: Supporting Diverse Learners with UDL Tools & Going Google!
Come discover the use of the FREE Chrome Browser and Google Chrome tools to engage and include all learners while providing access to diverse learners in a UDL environment! FREE and low cost educational apps, extensions, add-on, and tools in the chrome web store and Google docs to support education and learning are explored. Support your diverse learners and struggling learners, including those who struggle with literacy, executive function, math, and access to the curriculum and learning materials. These Google Chrome tools can be utilized on laptops (Mac or PC), Chromebooks, a Windows tablet, Surface Pro, and other tablets, and support the student across all curriculum and subjects! Tools explored include text to speech, speech recognition, mind mapping, word prediction, highlighting, study and research tools, timers, schedules/ reminders, organization tools, support with reading fluency and comprehension, access to textbooks and worksheets, note taking support, graphic organizers, visual aids, math support, presentation support and more! Personalize the learning experience, while ensuring access to the curriculum and instruction, engaging students, and providing multiple means of expression and participation. Join us with your own device to learn hands-on, in a UDL presented session, where you engage and participate in individual and group activities! (Presenter(s): Diana Petschauer, Assistive Technology Professional, Consult, AT for Education, and Kelsey Hall, AT for Education)

Monday November 28, 2016 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Robert Frost

6:00pm

MITI - Breakout EDU for Game-Based Learning
Come experience Breakout EDU! Breakout EDU is an engaging game, tied to curriculum, for students/staff of every grade and ability level. These learning games teach collaboration, problem solving, critical thinking, and troubleshooting by presenting participants with challenges. They can be used to teach, review, or practice any subject, including but not limited to math, science, history, language arts, Google Apps for Education, digital citizenship, as well as integrated arts. Attendees are introduced to Breakout EDU by participating in an actual Breakout! Then explore how to develop, implement, and manage your own Breakouts. Leave this session eager to conduct your first Breakout and with an understanding of why students are begging for more! The registration fee for this MITI workshop includes the cost of the workshop AND the Breakout EDU kit. The specific kit selected and exact price will be posted in October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. Starting Friday, November 4, 2016, if you ALREADY have or want to order the Breakout EDU kit on your own, you may register for this workshop as a BYOD for just the cost of the workshop, $50. (Presenter(s): Nicole Cassamassino, Technology Integration Specialist, Bedford, NH, and Kara Speaker, Bedford School District)

Monday November 28, 2016 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Coolidge

6:00pm

MITI - Bring Osmo (and coding) to Your School
Change the way your students interact with an Apple iPad. Receive an Award Winning Osmo Wonder Kit, opening the door to active learning experiences This kit includes: Numbers, Masterpiece, Newton, Words, Tangram, and Coding. Workshop participants explore the kit, learn how to best use it in the classroom, how to take advantage of the ever growing Osmo curriculums that are available and learn how to create your own custom word albums. This kit is appropriate for ages 5 and above. This new dimension in learning allows students to use critical and creative thinking skills during physical play. It is even challenging enough for adults. Come play, learn and get ready to bring Osmo to your classrooms. Karen and Michelle review the host of educational resources available on the Osmo website at www.playosmo.com/en/. The registration fee for this MITI workshop includes the cost of the workshop AND the device. Any changes to the OSMO kit selected and exact price will be posted in October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. Starting Friday, November 4, 2016, if you ALREADY have or want to order the required device on your own, you may register for this workshop as a BYOD for just the cost of the workshop, $50. (Presenter(s): Karen Switzer, Technology Integration Facilitator, Laconia School District, and Michelle Plourde, Laconia School District)

Monday November 28, 2016 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Hawthorne

6:00pm

MITI - Chromebook & Tablet in One: Best of Both Worlds
A Touchscreen Chromebook that is also capable of accessing the new Android Apps for Chromebooks program is included in the cost of this 3-hour Pre-Conference MITI workshop. Chromebooks have become a preferred and successful digital tool choice in many learning settings. Now, they are going to the next level by also working in a tablet mode with Android Apps! This takes the Chromebook from laptop to tablet mode. Educators in this workshop explore set-up and basics of Chromebook use, tips, and tricks, as well as explore basic Google apps integration and Andriod Apps integration. Presenter and Google Education Trainer Jennifer Lowton has been working with Chromebooks K-12 across multiple districts, as well as with struggling and unique learners and shares some very cool tools to unlock the true potential of the Chromebook. The registration fee for this MITI workshop includes the cost of the workshop AND the device. The specific Chromebook model selected and exact price will be posted in October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. Starting Friday, November 4, 2016, if you ALREADY have or want to order the required device on your own, you may register for this workshop as a BYOD for just the cost of the workshop, $50. (Presenter(s): Jennifer Lowton, Digital Learning & Innovations Coordinator, EdCITES, LLC & Pinkerton Academy)

Monday November 28, 2016 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Salon D

6:00pm

MITI - Project-Based Learning in the Science Classroom
Learn how to use guided practice projects that include a robot to solve the challenge. Projects may be from life science, earth and space science, or physical science and include engineering. The workshop includes a discussion of how the curriculum relates to the standards and how 21st Century Skills are being used throughout the process as well as what learning types - kinesthetic, visual, auditory, oral language, and graphical - are addressed. The registration fee for the MITI workshop includes the cost of the workshop AND the Lego kit. The specific WeDo 2.0 Core Set, Software, and Get Started Project kit selected along with the exact price will be posted in October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. Starting Friday, November 4, 2016, you may register for this workshop as a BYOD for just the cost of the workshop, $50. The presenter will provide all the resources required to participate fully in the workshop. (Presenter(s): Bonnie Morrissette, Master Trainer, North America, LEGO Education)

Monday November 28, 2016 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Dartmouth

6:00pm

MITI - VR in the Classroom: Creating 360 Degree Panoramas & Immersive Tours
Using virtual reality (VR) in the classroom can immerse students in a 360 environment, help with understanding complex subjects, and engage learners of all ages. Discover how to enable students to create these online, interactive panoramas. Explore using a Google Cardboard viewer to immerse the student in an image, this can be very powerful teaching tool! In this hands-on workshop, learn the how and why of this technology to support teaching and learning. Use the Ricoh Theta S camera to create your own images and videos that can be interacted with online and also made immersible when viewed through Google Cardboard. The registration fee for this MITI workshop includes the cost of the workshop AND the devices. The specific Ricoh Theta S camera model and Google Cardboard device selected along with the exact price will be posted in October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. Starting Friday, November 4, 2016, if you ALREADY have or want to order the required device(s) on your own, you may register for this workshop as a BYOD for just the cost of the workshop, $50. (Presenter(s): Kathy Schrock, Educational Technologist, Kathy Schrock)

Monday November 28, 2016 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Salon B
 
Tuesday, November 28
 

8:00am

B3-6 - Summarizing Is Boring! Getting Your Kids to Show What They Know
In this session, we will learn how to use storytelling application with our students; we will explore the purpose, benefits and methodology for teaching kids how to summarize and tell stories using technology. Students can enhance communications skills by learning to organize their ideas, ask questions, and express opinions. Storytelling also can help students as they learn to create stories for an audience, and present their ideas and knowledge in an individual and meaningful way. Although the storytelling process is deeply rooted in the K-8 ELA frameworks, it can create opportunities for interdisciplinary learning across subject matter. This session will focus on using the web browser in conjunction with free web-based applications. Students are asked now more than ever to explain their reasoning when solving a problem. They often struggle with the ability to recall their methods and need prompting for how to best demonstrate their process. Explaining one's reasoning is often compared to telling a story. Digital storytelling is the act of using computer-based tools to explain or tell; in general, digital stories all revolve around the idea of combining the art of telling with a variety of multimedia, including graphics, audio, video, and Web publishing. They usually contain some mixture of computer-based images, text, recorded audio narration, video clips, and/or music. The topics used in digital storytelling range from personal tales to the recounting of process. (Presenter(s): Jarred Haas, Digital Learning Coach, Peabody Public Schools)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm
Hawthorne

8:00am

B6 - G Suite: Domain Admins
Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned G Suite Domain Admin this session is a MUST for you! An experienced Google Certified Administrator discusses the Admin Console including the best and proven practices in areas such as organization unit structure, security, backup, etc. Third party tools are also shown to help streamline account management, active directory and SIS integration, command line access, along with account and data security auditing. (Presenter(s): Tim Maki, Director of Technology, Tilton School)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm
Salon A

8:00am

B6 - Project Based Learning through Google Apps
In this session participants will step through a project, in the same way their students will, from the new Google Apps Applied Digital Skills Curriculum. This curriculum is free to educators, with ready to use lesson plans and resources. The participants will discover how their GSuite Apps can work together to create a learning experience as well as a digital product. The curriculum currently has If-Then Adventure Stories, Research and Develop a Topic, Plan an Event, Guide to an Area, Plan and Budget, as well as Technology, Ethics, and Security. More are being added. (Presenter(s): Christina Swenson, District Technology Integrator, SAU 62)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm
Salon C

8:00am

B6 Using technology in a World Language Class is as easy as un, deux, trois
In this session participants will ... learn how to get the most out of their Google Classroom, website, Quizlet, Kahoot, Study Stacks, podcast, video-cast, and the list goes on. Sub plans have never been so easy and the students will love them. We have 6 hours, so lets get ready to create it and have it to use in class the next day. (Presenter(s): Rebecca Bureau, World Language/ Ed tech, SAU 49)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm
Robert Frost

8:00am

M/B3-6 Chromebooks & Chrome Extensions to Support All Learners
Chromebooks have become a preferred and successful digital tool choice in many learning settings. Educators will explore setup and basics of chromebook use, tips and tricks as well as explore basic google apps integration. Learn how to use Chrome Extensions and Apps to support struggling learners and what Chromebook features do this as well. Participants will also explore and work with other great chrome apps and extensions and take away some class lesson ideas. (Presenter(s): Jennifer Lowton, Education Technology Coordinator, EdCITES, LLC & Winnacunnet High School)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm
Salon D

8:00am

M3 - Creating Interactive 360 Lessons
In this session, participants will learn how to use a 360 camera to capture images and video and then create an interactive virtual reality lesson using ThingLink VR Editor and G Suite Tools. Watching VR is great but creating your own lesson is even better. Once you have a premium teacher account with ThingLink, your students can also create their own interactive 360 experiences. Participants will also learn how to contribute 360 images to Google Street View app and other apps as time permits. There are a limited number of resources available with educational 360 images so this is a chance to contribute. (Presenter(s): Laurie Prewandowski, Technology Integration Specialist, Kearsarge Regional School District, and Steven Barrie, Kearsarge Regional Middle School)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 8:00am - 3:00pm
Dartmouth

6:00pm

B3 - Engaging Learners with Awesome Video Production Tools & Ideas
In this session participants will discover techniques for engaging students of any age using green screens, props, and other video production tools using mobile devices. Using an iPhone 7+ or an iPad, we will explore Do Ink, an iOS green screening app. Let your creative juices flow as you rotate through a series of stations to explore and later build a production of your own. At the portable green screen stand station anything is possible. Simply capture a background image or video, add your green screen video and you are ready to go. Maybe you want to scale the Great Wall of China, dine with Tom Brady & Peyton Manning, own an awesome racecar, or eat the largest turkey club in the world. You can be anywhere or do anything with this simple tools. At the pizza station, explore the possibilities using green screen and blue screen pizza boxes to tell stories with self made puppets and props or borrow some of ours. Other stations will introduce alternative apps and tips for creating props and special effects on a low budget. Join us, roll up your sleeves, and have fun as we dive into these awesome and engaging tools. Look out George Lucas, here comes the Christa McAuliffe conference! (Presenter(s): Audra Kaplan, Tech Integration Specialist, Groton-Dunstable Regional School District, and Julie Spang, Groton-Dunstable Regional School District)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Coolidge

6:00pm

M/B3 - 3D Printing in Education - Basic Usage
In this session participants will use free, web based design software to create and print a simple design using a Monoprice Select 3D printer. Participants will explore 3D printing workflows, curriculum design, and curriculum implementation, as well as classroom best practices. All aspect of using a 3D printer in a classroom environment will be discussed. (Presenter(s): Michael Thompson, Comprehensive Technology Educator, Haverhill Cooperative Middle School, and William Church, White Mountain Science Inc.)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Hawthorne

6:00pm

M3 - Dash and Dot: Robot Coding Challenge
In this session participants will ...learn about programming Dash and Dot robots and how they are used in the elementary and middle school classrooms. They will also have hands-on time to work on challenges and a chance to design their own challenges for students. Robots will be available (purchased through workshop), but workshop attendees will need to bring their own iPad (3 or higher). (Presenter(s): Carole Lewis, Education Technology Integrator, Merrimack School District, and Adam Goodman, Merrimack School District)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Dartmouth

6:00pm

M3 - Step into the 3D world with a 3D pen
In this session participantWant to get your foot into the 3D world? Get started creating, designing, and repairing with a 3Dpen. Guided by an art teacher and technology coordinator use your Simo Mini 3D to explore a wide variety of techniques including soldering, burning. cutting and 3D plastics to create, repair and decorate surfaces. The Simo handles a wide variety of types of 3d filament including wood, metal and toxic free biodegradable PLA (poly lactic acid) . It is the most versatile 3D pen on the market.s will ... (Presenter(s): Deb Boisvert, Tech Coordinator, Deerfield School District, and Sarah Chase, Deerfield Community School)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Robert Frost

6:00pm

M3 - The Student-Centered Makerspace as a 21st Century Playground
We consider tech-rich makerspaces to be playgrounds for building 21st century skills. Makerspaces help develop social skills, self-esteem and maturity, as well as facilitate pressure-free learning, teach risk taking and experimenting and promote growth from failure. Engaging technology drives makerspaces, but the most important factor is an atmosphere that supports all stages of learning and reinforces a sense of mastery and accomplishment through valuable play. So, how do we create an environment that enables creativity, freedom in design and problem solving? A safe way is to make it student-centered, but it takes courage for teachers to transfer power to students. In this presentation, we will explain how educators can identify tech that allows kids to access their inner geek in a comfortable space. We'll feature tools that help kids exercise their voice, level the playing field and enhance inclusion. We will also discuss overcoming the inner conflicts teachers face in student-centered learning. You'll learn how to create a student-centered makerspace fueled by collaboration, how to arrange a mobile version and how to access existing support and funding. Participants then will turn into students to empathize with their experiences and foster a growth mindset, reflect on the ideas that emerge and discuss implementing them. We'll end by using the design process to reinforce the changes as you build a plan to transform uncertainty into growth. (Presenter(s): Irina Tuule, Co-founder, Eduporium)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Dartmouth