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Friday, March 1 • 10:00am - 10:45am
"Why Make?" A maker space experience for your classroom.

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Central Michigan University's STEM Education Scholars invite you to learn how you can easily integrate STEM education activities into your classroom. The Scholars will share ideas that may include design thinking, coding and robotics. In addition to sharing how to implement these activities, the Scholars will also discuss why these integrated ideas are beneficial for student learning.

Presenters
avatar for Amanda Cornwell

Amanda Cornwell

STEM Education Program Facilitator, CMU
Throughout my teaching career I incorporated technology and multimodal projects whenever possible. My experience working with students from 3rd through 8th grade serves me well in my new role at the Center for Excellence in STEM Education. I'm able to interact with students, families... Read More →
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Julie Cunningham

Director of the Center for Excellence in STEM Education, CMU
Ms. Julie Cunningham holds a masters degree in curriculum and instruction specializing in teaching and learning science. Julie currently holds the position of Director for the Center for Excellence in STEM Education. This position allows her to work with faculty, teacher education... Read More →
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Ashley O'Neil

Program Coordinator, CMU


Friday March 1, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Winchester Room

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