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Wednesday, March 7 • 11:00am - 11:45am
Creating a Maker Culture

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How do you build a Maker Culture? How can Makerspaces support student critical thinking, problem solving and build grit? Come learn how Hungry Creek Middle and Wilder Middle Schools began building Maker Cultures in their buildings through harnessing community resources and collaboration with their librarians.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Dunavant

Mike Dunavant

Innovative Learning Coach, Hungary Creek MS
Mike Dunavant has been a Social Studies teacher and an Innovative Learning Coach (ITRT) in Henrico County for 17 years. Mike's philosophy is about Deeper Learning. How can teachers create relevant learning experiences for students to have the knowledge and skills to be life ready... Read More →
avatar for Melissa Glanden

Melissa Glanden

Librarian, Powhatan County Public Schools
I'm a problem solver. I love sharing ideas, brainstorming, and helping educators reach their goals while increasing student engagement. I think my renaissance background gives me a unique perspective when planning and building relationships across curricular areas.
avatar for Katie Kier

Katie Kier

Librarian, Tuckahoe MS
Middle School librarian. Lifelong learner. Lifelong reader.
avatar for Rachael Toy

Rachael Toy

K-12 STEAM Specialist, Henrico County Public Schools
As a middle school math and science teacher, I always enjoyed pushing my craft especially in the area of instructional technology and authentic learning experiences. I have served as a math and science teacher, ITRT, STEAM Coordinator, and K-12 STEAM Specialist for Henrico County... Read More →




Wednesday March 7, 2018 11:00am - 11:45am EST
Room 1107 1000 Floyd Ave, Richmond, VA 23220