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Wednesday, October 9 • 12:40pm - 1:55pm
Teaching Programmatic Thinking

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In this session the CMU Center for Excellence in STEM Education will offer classroom ideas to help your students become producers who use technology instead of consumers of technology. You will learn how to use analog and digital programmatic thinking strategies with your students. The Center will also offer some professional development opportunities to further your experience if you are interested. This session will provide materials for preK - 12th grade educators and will emphasize pedagogy for grades K-8. 

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Julie Cunningham

Director of the Center for Excellence in STEM Education, CMU
Ms. Julie Cunningham holds a masters degree in curriculum and instruction specializing in teaching and learning science. Julie currently holds the position of Director for the Center for Excellence in STEM Education. This position allows her to work with faculty, teacher education... Read More →
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Amanda Cornwell

STEM Education Program Facilitator, Central Michigan University
In my 12 years of teaching a handful of grade levels between 3rd and 8th, I incorporated technology and multimodal projects whenever possible. In my current position at the Center for Excellence in STEM Education, incorporating technology remains a secondary focus in my work. Engaging... Read More →

Wednesday October 9, 2019 12:40pm - 1:55pm EDT
SSC ES Rm 25