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Monday, December 14 • 11:45am - 12:35pm
Design an Elementary MakerSpace Experience on a Limited Budget

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We designed a MakerSpace experience for students in grades 2-3 on a very limited budget. During this session, we will share start-up ideas, inexpensive STEAM projects, free apps and websites, funding opportunities, and classroom management strategies used to help our MakerSpace operate smoothly.

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avatar for Amber Schaefer

Amber Schaefer

First Grade Teacher/MakerSpace Mentor, New Ulm Public Schools
I teach first grade at Jefferson Elementary in New Ulm, Minnesota. I attended TIES for the first time last year (2014) with a colleague and was amazed at the opportunities that we can create for students using STEAM in our elementary school. I help to run a STEAM program called Monday... Read More →
avatar for Beth Sletta

Beth Sletta

K-3 Technology/MakerSpace Mentor, New Ulm Public Schools
I teach computer classes to over 600 K-3 students every week. I love experimenting with new technology in the lab. Students are active learning about QR codes, digital portfolios, coding, robotics, Google apps for education, and more. I also mentor students who attend a before school... Read More →


Monday December 14, 2015 11:45am - 12:35pm
Great Lakes Ballroom C

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