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Saturday, January 31 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Maker's Playground

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You've heard of the Maker Movement, why not come experience it first hand?  Stop by the Maker's Playground to explore a variety of hands-on tools and programs that you can use in your classroom to bring out the Maker in each of your students. Some of the tools you'll be able to try out include Makey Makey, Arduino, Sphero, littleBits, LEGO WeDo, and more!

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Kim Moldofsky

Publisher, The Maker Mom
As the publisher of TheMakerMom.com and STEMKidsChicago.com, I help parents raise STEM-loving, Maker-friendly kids. A Chicago-area mom of teen boys (a coding whiz and budding roboticist), I'm also a long-time blogger, vlogger, freelance writer, brand ambassador, digital correspondent, and social media strategist. I’m a former Science Olympiad and a VEX Robotics coach, and founder of the popular monthly(ish) Twitter discussion, #STEMchat.
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Claire Pritchard

I am the technology teacher/coach at St. Francis Xavier in Wilmette. My students are prek-8. We do everything from pulling apart electronics to see what makes them tick to building famous structures with lego to robots and soft circuits. | | We're currently involved in Shedd's ROV program so if there are any program alums, I'd love to chat!
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Melissa Rosen

Technology Teacher, Highland Middle School
I am a 6-8th grade tech teacher. I teach, basic tech skills, S.T.E.A.M., animation, movie making, and more.

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Bill Steinbach

STEM Teacher, Northwood Junior High School
Bill Steinbach is a middle-school STEM teacher and technology leader at Northwood Junior High School in Highland Park. He has presented at both the ICE conference and NICE MiniCon. He currently is involved in the FIRST LEGO League and sponsors Minecraft, programming and broadcasting clubs at his school. In 2013, Bill was selected to be a Siemens STEM Fellow for their annual STEM Institute in Washington, D.C.

Saturday January 31, 2015 9:00am - 12:00pm

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