National University's Maker Technologies in the Classroom - Free Workshop

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5245 Pacific Concourse Dr #100

Los Angeles, CA 90045

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The College of Letters and Sciences at National University Presents Maker Technologies in the Classroom: Science, Math, Fashion, and More - A Free Workshop for K-12 Teachers

Has your school bought a 3D printer or Arduino electronics kits? Are you wondering how to use these technologies in your classroom?

NU Core Adjunct Faculty Member Joan Horvath, the co-founder of maker tech consulting firm, Nonscriptum LLC, and the co-author of five books about maker tech will lead an engaging seminar on how to utilize these resources in your classroom. Joan will be joined by her two coauthors: business partner and 3D printing expert Rich Cameron, and retired veteran classroom teacher Lyn Hoge. This seminar is open to educators seeking to utilize this technology in the classroom.

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9:30 a.m. - Registration, refreshments, and networking

10:00 a.m. - One-hour broad summary of maker technologies and classroom case studies

11:00 a.m. - Small-group demonstrations of projects participants can replicate in their classroom

Ample parking is provided in the campus parking lot.

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5245 Pacific Concourse Dr #100

Los Angeles, CA 90045

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Since 1971, National University has been dedicated to making lifelong learning opportunities accessible, challenging, and relevant to a diverse student population. As a nonprofit institution, National University invests in its students by providing them with quality educational instruction and learning technologies, superior faculty, and exemplary student services.

 

Alumni are among the University's most important stakeholders, and serve a key role in advancing our reputation and promoting our institutional values and image to the community at large. Our mission is to meet your continuing needs as an alum and keep you connected in meaningful ways that increase the value of your degree.

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