Edgerton Maker Workshop for K-12 Educators: Electronics for Makers, Dec. 12, 2018

 

Who should attend:

These workshops are for educators setting up school Makerspaces, learning effective ways to use maker technologies, and/or developing technical skills. The workshops are appropriate for teachers of students from grades 3 – 12, and who have tools and materials ranging from portable carts to fledgling makerspaces to full-blown shops.

 

What you will learn:

Edgerton Center staff members are experienced educators passionate about the opportunities that maker technologies bring to the classroom. They emphasize hands-on practice and teach each technology through a simple maker project. Participants will leave with confidence, skills, resources, and ideas on how to use maker tools, as well as ideas on incorporating the technologies into the classroom. 

  • Workshops are 1-day, 8:30-2:30, held at the Edgerton Center Student Project Lab (4-409)
  • Cost for each workshop is $275/person
  • Attendance is limited to 18 participants/session.

 

Electronics for Makers, Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018

Learn and practice principles of electricity, series and parallel circuits, switches, LEDs, buzzers, wiring materials, soldering, component selection, multi-meters, tools, and techniques; and review and discuss project samples.

Register for this workshop or learn more.

 

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