Save the Date! Educator Webinars in October

October 1, 2015

October is chock full of learning opportunities for educators. We’re happy to announce the following webinars that are coming up. Mark your calendars now.


Bringing STEAM to Your District or School
October 8, 1PM-2PM EST

Presented in partnership with eSchool News.

This webinar will give you the inspiration to start your own STEAM learning initiative in your school or district as well as the necessary tips, tricks, and tools for implementing a successful program.

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Speakers:

em_resizedErin Mulcahy has been with littleBits since 2012 and has been helping educators integrate littleBits into classrooms since the beginning.

Head of Strategic Initiatives for Global Education, littleBits

 

 pm_resizedPeter McKenna and his principal developed the Maker Space pilot program now used in all five elementary schools in their district.

Computer Teacher, Scarsdale Schools, NY

 

sa_resizedSergio Anaya started out as a social studies teacher. He now incorporates STEAM learning concepts across multiple disciplines as a curriculum supervisor.

Supervisor of Instructional Innovation, Colonial School District, PA

 

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Bring littleBits to Your School or District
October 15, 2PM-3PM EST 

Ready to get started with littleBits in your school or district? This webinar is for you. You’ll learn about the nuts and bolts of bringing littleBits to your classrooms from the folks who have already done it.

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Speakers:

em_resizedErin Mulcahy has been with littleBits since 2012 and has been helping educators integrate littleBits into classrooms since the beginning.

Head of Strategic Initiatives for Global Education, littleBits

 

sa_resizedSergio Anaya started out as a social studies teacher. He now incorporates STEAM learning concepts across multiple disciplines as a curriculum supervisor.

Supervisor of Instructional Innovation, Colonial School District, PA

 

lesa_wangLesa Wang was instrumental in bringing a littleBits 1:1 program to the Marymount School in New York.

Visual Art Teacher, Marymount School in New York, NY 

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Using littleBits in Your Library Makerspace
October 29, 3PM-4PM EST

Presented in partnership with School Library Journal.

In this webinar, you’ll hear from littleBits staff and Teacher Librarian Colleen Graves from Denton ISD, TX about the many ways you can use littleBits in your library makerspace.  We’ll discuss how to guide students through design challenges, fixed stations versus workshops, building a maker community, organizing your Bits, and tips and tricks from other maker librarians.

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Speakers:

biopicColleen Graves is a middle school/high school librarian, obsessed with Learning Commons transformations, Makerspaces, technology education, and making stuff. Colleen writes and presents about creating Makerspaces in School and Public Libraries. You can find her on Twitter @gravescolleen and at colleengraves.org.

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Dave Sharp is the Product Designer for the Education team at littleBits. He is an expert at designing projects that turn the littleBits into meaningful learning experiences.

 

1c40755 (1)Bridget Campion is the Senior Regional Manager for littleBits Education. She helps educators find the right combination of Bits for their space.

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