Crafting, Coding, & Circuitry (Workshop)

Back by popular demand! Updated Dates. 

This workshop is similar to the one offered in Summer I and focuses on the utilization of a makerspace to promote problem-solving, self-directed learning and collaboration. During the workshop, teachers will engage in designing and making interactive objects that include conductive sewing, electric circuits, physical computing, coding, and other STEM activities that can be applied directly to classroom content.

Teachers will receive a STEM kit with the necessary workshop tools & equipment. Ambitious virtual face-2-face interaction will be the hallmark of this workshop including online office hours and help sessions. Click here for a video highlighting the Summer I 2020 workshop. Click here for the learning outcomes.

Prerequisite: None

University of Indianapolis

Instructor: John Somers, Ph.D. 

Mary Rinehart

Paul Shircliff 

Kim Brand 

Credit Hours: 25 PGP

Date: UPDATED: Wednesdays;  4 – 6 PM from 9/23/2020 – 10/14/2020

Location: Online

Teacher Level: K-8

In order to register for this workshop, teachers have to apply and be accepted into the STEM Teach program. If you are interested in this workshop and have NOT already applied, please contact Christel Cater for more information.  Registration is based on a first-come, first-served basis and registration may fill quickly. Please click here to learn more about the STEM Teach program and how to apply.