Though often associated with STEM activities, makerspaces and maker programming offer an exciting opportunity for collaboration and literacy integration. The school librarian has the resources and experience to lead this endeavor. This session will provide multiple options for integrating transliteracy skills and making, including low and no-cost strategies. Join us to explore the transformative power of the making and literacy connection.
Participants will explore the relationship between literacy skills and maker activities.
Participants will gain ideas for seamlessly integrating maker programming and literacy skills instruction.
UNC Greensboro Teaching Resources Center and SELF Design Studio
Assistant Professor and School Library Program Coordinator,
Credits: None available.
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