Listen and learn : Multi-presentation
Sunday, November 29, 10:15–11:00 am PST (Pacific Standard Time)
Dr. Edward Lee Childress Patricia Duncan Liz Gallo Kathy Garneau Paul Gordon Jody Green Jesus Huerta Jody Kokladas Alexa Lepp Scott Nunes Dr. Hannah Owens
Presenters will have just five minutes and 20 slides each to share their passions in a continuous rapid-fire presentation.
1. Creating a Supermuch Classroom to Increase Student Engagement in Digital Spaces, Jody Green, La Habra City School District
2. Cultivating Creativity and the Maker Mindset Throughout the Curriculum, Jody Kokladas, Shady Side Academy
3. E Is for Empathy: Teaching Children to Care Through STEM and Making, Kathy Garneau, Bannockburn School
4. Read, Write, Think Like a Scientist, Historian, Mathematician, Patricia Duncan, Discovery Education
5. Secondary 3D Printing Integration Around the World, Liz Gallo, WhyMaker; Paul Gordon, Cielo VIsta Charter School; Jesus Huerta, 6. Calexico Unified School District; Alexa Lepp, Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District; Scott Nunes, MCS
6. STEML for All: Enhancing Literacy through Blending STEM in Grades 1-8, Dr. Edward Lee Childress, Corinth School District; Hannah Owens, Corinth School District
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Kathy Garneau is a National Board Certified Library Media Specialist, K-8 STEM Teacher, and Technology Coach at Bannockburn School.
Alexa Lepp is an educator, Project-Based Learning (PBL) Coach, and Technology Coach from Southern California. She also has a Master’s Degree in Educational Technology. She taught in Middle School for eight years and currently works as a Teacher on Special Assignment (T.O.S.A.) at Vasquez High School in Acton, California. She has also worked with educators across the nation, grades K-12, on how to integrate PBL in their educational practice.