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Wednesday, March 8 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Creating and Learning in a High School Fab Lab LIMITED

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Have you ever wondered how to incorporate project based learning and design thinking into your curriculum?  
Our makerspace has a variety of tools that has allowed students to have hands on learning experiences.
We will discuss how learning is happening at the WHS Fab Lab through integrating curriclum, and through individual projects. 
Hear student descriptions about what this has meant to their learning.
See the projects students have created for ELA, Science, Social Studies, World Language, Art and more.  
Learn how this idea has spread to the middle school and elementary schools.
Slides to our presentation 


Toni Carlson

Digital Learning Coordinator, Watertown Public Schools
I started out in education as an English teacher, went on to become a school librarian. Afterward, I became a technology integration specialist. I have done several other jobs including ELA coordinator, middle school and high school video production teacher, CTE coordinator, student help desk teacher and SEI instructor.
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Beth Lloyd

Innovation Specialist, Watertown Public Schools
I have been a school based occupational therapist (translation: the MacGyver of school participation) for most of my career. More recently, I am the innovation specialist for Watertown Public Schools. My position includes helping to run the Fab Lab at our high school. Talk to me about the value of making in schools!

Wednesday March 8, 2017 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Room 113

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