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Tuesday, February 28 • 8:30am - 3:30pm
STEM Powered Learning

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Build up a full head of STEM with your students and get them excited about learning! STEM learning activities lend themselves to more of the hands-on learning your students crave. In this beginners’ workshop, learn how to integrate these activities into your classes with free online tools that promote STEM learning. Design and challenge each other with student-created video games from Gamestar Mechanic. Dive into the world of coding with Code.org, Code Combat, and Tynker. Explore various areas of Science through The Reconstructors web series as well as build in 3D with Lego Digital Designer and Homestyler. When you leave this workshop, you will have created your own video game, learned how to teach your students to code, and helped solve some medical mysteries that your students will love to learn about.

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Tanya Stahl

I am a STEM lab teacher at Hawthorn District 73 in Vernon Hills, IL. The mission of my lab is to promote STEM education and give students the foundation for activities and projects they may complete in their core academics. Students engage in relevant and authentic learning experiences, and engage in critical thinking, problem solving, and in depth learning in my lab.


Tuesday February 28, 2017 8:30am - 3:30pm
ACT Pheasant A

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