Using Makerspace Projects to Teach Students Social-Emotional Skills
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By the end of my presentation, participants will:
-Understand how to connect makerspace projects with social-emotional learning.
-Have ideas for specific projects that can be used with students in grades 3-6
I plan to present a slide deck of information with a few minutes for questions at the end.
5 minutes: Introducing the connection between makerspace projects and social-emotional learning. Why social-emotional learning is so important.
20 minutes: Information about specific projects and how to implement them.
5 minutes: Questions and/or additional projects/examples.
Why a Child's Social-Emotional Skills are so Important:https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-wide-wide-world-psychology/201701/why-child-s-social-emotional-skills-are-so-important
Social Emotional Learning: Introducing the Issue: https://www.wallacefoundation.org/knowledge-center/Documents/FOC-Spring-Vol27-No1-Compiled-Future-of-Children-spring-2017.pdf
Julie is the owner of Growing Makerspace, LLC and the author of Makerspace, Passion Projects and Social Emotional Learning. She has a Master of Science Information from the University of Michigan and has been in education for over 18 years.
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