NCCE Maker Camp August 15 and 16!

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Join us August 15 and 16th for the first ever NCCE Maker Camp! Are you interested in learning more about the Maker Movement? Held at the scenic Pack Forest Conference Center in Eatonville, Washington, this two-day program will let you dive into a variety of Maker tools, resources, and activities, and explore strategies for how to get started putting these exciting ideas to work, even if you don’t have much experience or budget!
Topics to be covered include:

  • Developing the Maker Mindset in your students
  • Making with simple tools and materials
  • Inexpensive (but engaging) electronics
  • Where to find free resources
  • Programming and coding activities
  • Design Thinking for Makers
  • And more!

Sign up Today!

Fee: $375 before June 20/ $425 after June 20

Includes four meals and one night’s lodging at Pack Forest

Register Now: http://bit.ly/NCCEmakercamp2017

For more information about the event, contact Becky Firth at bfirth@ncce.org. Clock hours and Credit Available.

For more information about Pack Forest: http://www.packforest.org

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Mike is currently the Instructional Program Director for the Montana Digital Academy, Montana's state virtual school. Teaching Elementary and Middle school, technology directing, grant writing, presenting, and now managing instruction at a virtual school has given Mike a wide range of experiences in the educational field. Being able to teach and lead technology integration has brought a great pedagogic balance to Mike’s facilitation/instruction. With degrees from Carroll College (Elementary Education), Boise State University (Educational Technology), and pursuing a doctorate degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Montana, Mike is well versed in both content and technology integration. Mike has been honored as an Outstanding Teacher by the Helena Education Foundation and winner of the ISTE “Making IT Happen” award. Mike is a NCCE Tech-Savvy Teacher in Residence and blogs regularly at the NCCE blog.