MakerSpace in the Classroom

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3 Graduate Level or In-service Credits/ 45 hours Instructor Shannon Mersand

Description

MakerSpace in the Classroom (or School Library)
3 Graduate Level In-Service Credits / 45 hours, Instructor: Shannon Mersand August 1-30, December 1-30, May 1-30

Adams State University 

A MakerSpace is a place where students utilize materials to solve problems, design solutions, and use critical thinking skills to make sense of the world around them. They can be a separate space, such as in an empty classroom, a library media center or a community space, or they can be incorporated into your existing classroom. MakerSpaces are firmly grounded in educational theory and are one way to increase student engagement and achievement while still meeting national and state level learning standards. Educational theory, types of thinking, and design models that support making, as well as the role of the teacher and the student, and what a maker environment looks like are explored. Real examples and projects will be created to start making with your students right away, no matter your budget. Learn how makerspace and the maker movement are transforming learning using hands-on, student driven projects that tie into Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math (STEAM) and also ELA, Social Studies, LOTE, ELL, ESL, and other subject areas. This course is also appropriate for Special Education, Career and Technical Educators, and School Media Specialists, N-12.

Upon registering for Adams State Graduate Level Credit students will be sent a link to pay 165.00 directly to Adams State to receive this credit.

How this course will benefit you:

ISTE Standards for Teachers

NETS 1-5

CCSS Anchor Standards for ELA, Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects

K-5 Reading 1-8, Writing 1-9, Speaking and Listening 1-5, Language 1-6

6-12 Reading 1-11, Writing 1-11, Speaking and Listening 1-6, Language 1-6

How with this course benefit my classroom instruction and student learning objectives?

· Foreign Language and LOTE: This course will help the teacher establish a maker environment to increase student engagement and achievement while also meeting learning standards

· Mathematics: This course will help the teacher establish a maker environment to increase student engagement and achievement while also meeting learning standards

· Science: This course will help the teacher establish a maker environment to increase student engagement and achievement while also meeting learning standards

· Social Studies: This course will help the teacher establish a maker environment to increase student engagement and achievement while also meeting learning standards

· The Arts: This course will help the teacher establish a maker environment to increase student engagement and achievement while also meeting learning standards

· Special Education: This course will help the teacher establish a maker environment to increase student engagement and achievement while also meeting learning standards

· Elementary Education: This course will help the teacher establish a maker environment to increase student engagement and achievement while also meeting learning standards

· Secondary Education: This course will help the teacher establish a maker environment to increase student engagement and achievement while also meeting learning standards

· Media and Technology Specialists: This course will help the teacher establish a maker environment to increase student engagement and achievement while also meeting learning standards· Career and Vocational Specialists: This course will help the teacher establish a maker environment to increase student engagement and achievement while also meeting learning standards

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Course Date

August 1-30, December 1-30, May 1-30

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