Making in the Virtual Classroom

By Noa Daniel

Passionate educators connect weekly to address questions, explore perspectives and learn from each other.

Through hands-on and other creative opportunities to problem solve and build critical thinking skills, making is an interdisciplinary way to support learners in face to face and virtual classrooms. Through found materials, developing design thinking, prototyping and more there are many different and accessible tools for the virtual classroom. Listen as our panel shares their expertise and resources to support Making in the Virtual Classroom.

On the panel tonight: Chris Woods @DailyStem, Kyle Kitchen @thekylekitchen Katie Henry @katieHenryDays Tavis Beem tpbeem@gmail