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PreC13-HL
HL
12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
CANCELLED ~ Dashing Directions: Integrating Robotics into Social Studies
Dana Foulds, Tech Integrator, Broken Ground School, and Annie Proulx, Broken Ground School
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5
Cost: $190, $65
Come discover how to integrate Dash robots into the elementary curriculum. Participants have a chance to explore Dash and use the robots to navigate through the state of New Hampshire. Join us for an interactive and exciting session to help bring Social Studies to life for your students. This workshop is offered in both BYOD and MITI formats. The registration fee for the MITI format includes the cost of the workshop AND the Dash Kit along with access to a 12-hour Teach Wonder online course. The BYOD format includes only the cost of the workshop, the attendee is solely responsible for securing the required resources listed on the website.
Equipment needed: MITI workshop includes a Dash kit and accessories. The specific kit included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. BYOD registration fee requires that you bring your own Dash kit as specified on the website. Participants are requested to bring an Android, iOS, or Kindle Device with the Blockly Wonder App downloaded. Check device compatibility at: https://home.makewonder.com/compatibility
Software needed: Blockly Wonder App: https://www.makewonder.com/apps/blockly/
W7-05
Dartmouth
2:30 pm - 3:20 pm
Integrating Robotics into the K-5 Classroom
Dana Foulds, Tech Integrator, Broken Ground School, and Heather Drolet, Concord School District
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5
Explore strategies on how to integrate robotics into the Elementary Social Studies Curriculum. Participants will explore our K-5 Social Studies lessons that were created as part of our new Crossroads program. We will be using Dash Robots in this session to highlight some of our lessons and demonstrate how to increase student engagement in Social Studies.