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Wednesday, June 6 • 11:50am - 12:45pm
Transforming the Ordinary OPEN

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Imagine this, it's the first day of school and a class thinks they are going into a typical computer lab. They walk in and PLOT TWIST! The computer lab they knew and loved has been transformed into something bigger.... something better.... something... STEM. Come learn how two elementary schools took their "boring" computer labs and made it into a space that the kids love coming to. This session is for elementary or middle school teachers at any skill level who want to learn how to incorporate STEM concepts into their lessons, or to create a "specials" class that transforms their computer class.

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Samantha Brines

Teacher, Neosho School District
Samantha Brines is the G-3 lab instructor at Goodman Elementary School in Goodman, Missouri. Three years ago she took a chance on transforming her computer lab into something more innovative for her Pre-K to 4th Grade students. Now, the once mediocre class is a place of engagement... Read More →

Ralph Maness

Teacher, Neosho School District
Ralph Maness is the STEM Lab instructor at Central Elementary School in Neosho, Missouri. This is his first year in this position, but he has hit the ground running and is well on his way to becoming a pro. Being a crafty person, he has found a way to bring what he loves into his... Read More →

Wednesday June 6, 2018 11:50am - 12:45pm

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