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

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National University

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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