Gayle Underwood, Technology Integration Consultant, Allegan AESA & Ron Houtman, Educational Technologist, Kent ISD
You’ve heard of the Maker Movement, or maybe Makerspaces? This “new” educational movement supports project based learning, differentiation, and UDL at all levels of instruction. These creative do-it-yourself spaces or activities allow students to design, create, invent and learn in a very hands-on way. Join us to get right in the middle of some Making! Using readily available no-tech through high-tech tools and materials (plus a few new ones!) – you will get your hands dirty and your mind exploding with ideas for implementation in your own school environment. And, you will learn what YOUR Regional Educational Media Center (REMC) has available to help you get started!