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Monday, February 26 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Art as Inspiration and Connection: Exploring Maker Ed and STEAM to Innovate Curriculum

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Transform your curriculum to allow students to unleash their creativity and construct solutions to complex problems using semi-flipped classroom, design, low/high tech maker projects, STEAM, 21st Century Skills, and emerging technologies. The presenter will show how she is using iPads and Chromebooks as tools to create multi-media products that show the process of innovation within cross-curricula: reflection, analysis, research, and synthesis. The presenter will be sharing examples of both elementary and middle school student projects including collaborations, movies, stop-motion animation, books, artwork, and pictures.


Hether Hoffmann

Hether Hoffmann teaches art at Quest Academy in Palatine, Il. She teaches fourth -eighth grades. Her experiences as a professional artist and documentary filmmaker directly influence her maker/art studio teaching approach and philosophy. She graduated from the Documentary Studies... Read More →

Monday February 26, 2018 10:45am - 11:45am CST
Schaumburg D