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Saturday, October 29 • 8:30am - 9:30am
‘Making’ It Happen: Maker Education in the Elementary Classroom

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Learn how to incorporate cross-curricular lessons in an elementary school using STEM and The Maker Method of teaching with or without a Makerspace.
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avatar for Melissa Hinkle

Melissa Hinkle

Second grade, Fairmeadow
Over the past ten years I have taught kindergarten through fourth grade in various combinations. Teaching various grade levels and combinations has challenged me to be innovative. Over the past four years I have developed and implemented STEM curricula. This curricula challenges students to be innovative, making lessons more engaging and meaningful. I developed my STEM units around the theme of literature. Each cross-curricular unit focuses on... Read More →
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Smita Kolhatkar

Educational Technology TOSA, Palo Alto Unified School District
Smita is the Educational Technology TOSA for Barron Park Elementary school in Palo Alto. She is a passionate educator, who enjoys trying out new ideas, sharing, collaborating, making new friends, building long-term relationships and reaching out to each student.Coding and Makerspaces starting from Kindergarten are two of her biggest passions as an Education Technology Specialist. She has pioneered the following in the Palo Alto Unified School... Read More →


Saturday October 29, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
A216/217 (2nd floor) Administration Building

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