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Monday, August 3 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Workshop 2H: Maker Culture and Curriculum - Understanding the workflow of a Makerspace and how MakerCulture fits into Curriculum Practices

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Maker spaces have been growing like kudzu in our schools over the past decade. Our new spaces have robots, power tools, electronics, 3D printers, and soldering tools, all powered up and ready to go. In this session, we will explore the integration of MakerSpaces in our schools’ curriculum. This session will look past the “stuff” and dig deeper into the nuances surrounding culture and curriculum, making connections to Next Generation Science Standards, the English classroom, and world languages.  We will take a journey through a year in the Think Tank (Cannon Middle School’s Makerspace) and dive into how these Maker Projects fit into existing curriculum and standards. 

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Mattsson

Jeremy Mattsson

Teacher/Technology Integration, The Cannon School
Jeremy Mattsson has been a middle school teacher at Cannon School for the past 12 years.  Half of those years were spent teaching sixth-grade math and the most recent half as the fifth-grade science teacher and department chair.  Fusing his interests in teaching science, technology... Read More →
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Leigh Northrup

Dean of Innovation and Technology, The Cannon School
Leigh Northrup is the Dean of Innovation and Technology at Cannon School, where he has been teaching and leading the maker movement for the last 19 years.  A graduate of Pfeiffer University, he received his Masters of Education from The University of Maryland (Go Terps). Leigh has... Read More →


Monday August 3, 2020 1:45pm - 3:00pm EDT
Zoom Room 8