We all know that hands-on learning in STEM such as science experiments, engineering challenges, maker projects and other similar opportunities require copious materials, specific tools, and safety and technical training for students. Or, does it? How do we engage students in hands-on learning at home with limited support and resources? Join our collaborative session to share and discuss how to deliver quality hands-on STEM learning opportunities to students in hybrid and fully-online environments.
Speaker Bio: Chris has been a middle and high school science and technology teacher in Vermont since 2008. He is passionate about personalized and student-centered learning. Chris is an educational technology coach in South Burlington, VT, working daily with teachers to integrate technology into the curriculum to make learning accessible, personalized, and student-centered. He also facilitates workshops and other professional development opportunities to help teachers explore information technology.