Webinar Recordings

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Practitioner Support

Webinar recorded on 2016-03-01

NOTE: The recording audio self adjusts part way through.  You'll need to turn your speakers up when the volume gets soft.

MakerSpace Madness is sweeping Ohio schools, and plenty of superstar librarians are hitting three pointers and earning MVP in their innovative, budget-friendly, and learner-led maker arenas. If you want to get in on the action and be a part of the wave, join Learn With INFOhio for three mini webinars packed with the best plays and sure-to-score moves that will help you earn MakerSpace Superstar status in your library bracket!

  • March 1, 3:30 p.m.: Join MVP Librarians Jen Flaherty and Angela Maxwell to learn how to incorporate a mentor program in your MakerSpace. This half-hour webinar will show you the strategies and slick moves these superstars used to make a learning slam dunk by pairing elementary makers with high school creators to produce a winning MakerSpace program in Beachwood Schools.
     
  • March 2, 3:30 p.m.: This mini webinar features Dawn Rankin from Wapokeneta High School. This powerful MakerSpace team member will share with viewers how the support and backing of her principal has led her program and the students in the district to the number one seed.  Learn how you can turn your administrators into your #1 MakerSpace Fan!
     
  • March 3, 3:30 p.m.: INFOhio Integration Librarian Brandi Young will present the final MakerSpace Madness mini webinar by sharing the INFOhio Makit, a guide to help you with the who, what, where, when and how of creating a MakerSpace in your library.  If you want to be on the team, join us to learn how to use the INFOhio Makit and win over students and staff with accessible, free, and easy MakerSpace tips and techniques that will help you start making today!

Use this url to bookmark or link to March MakerSpace Madness - Mini Webinar Series - March 1st, 2nd, 3rd from 3:30 - 4:00pm: https://www.infohio.org//campus/webinars/recordings/item/lwi20160301.

Presenter(s)
  • Angela Maxwell
    Librarian, Beachwood City Schools Hilltop Elementary

    Angela Maxwell

    Angela Maxwell is a teacher librarian for the Beachwood City Schools in Northeastern, Ohio. She is passionate about the transformational role of libraries in schools and the power technology brings to learning. Current professional interests and goals include fostering formative assessment practices using technology, genius hour and information literacy,  and developing a maker mindset in schools. @librarymax

  • Dawn Rankin
    Educator, Wapakoneta High School

    Dawn Rankin

    A 30-year veteran in education, Dawn embraces change, challenge, and choice. She has served in various roles: elementary teacher, middle school teacher, gifted specialist, instructional coach, and librarian. One of her greatest accomplishments was creating a MakerSpace  in the Wapakoneta Middle School library. Students love flexing their creative and critical thinking muscles while using the LEGO wall, green screen, building supplies, and other STEAM-related materials.

  • Jen Flaherty

    Jen Flaherty

    Jen's bio: Jennifer Flaherty is the school librarian at Beachwood High School in Beachwood, Ohio.  Her passions include challenging students to collaboratively solve problems, creating dialogue between staff and students about books and literacy, and guiding students to be original, critical thinkers.

  • Brandi Young
    Head Librarian for Westland High School in South-Western City Schools

    Brandi Young

    Brandi Young is Head Librarian for Westland High School in South-Western City Schools and is an INFOhio District/Building ICoach. Previously, Brandi worked as an Integration Librarian for INFOhio. When she's not working, Brandi enjoys spending time with her son, Asher, and her husband, Jay. She also loves reading and always carries a book with her.

NOTE: The recording audio self adjusts part way through.  You'll need to turn your speakers up when the volume gets soft.

MakerSpace Madness is sweeping Ohio schools, and plenty of superstar librarians are hitting three pointers and earning MVP in their innovative, budget-friendly, and learner-led maker arenas. If you want to get in on the action and be a part of the wave, join Learn With INFOhio for three mini webinars packed with the best plays and sure-to-score moves that will help you earn MakerSpace Superstar status in your library bracket!

  • March 1, 3:30 p.m.: Join MVP Librarians Jen Flaherty and Angela Maxwell to learn how to incorporate a mentor program in your MakerSpace. This half-hour webinar will show you the strategies and slick moves these superstars used to make a learning slam dunk by pairing elementary makers with high school creators to produce a winning MakerSpace program in Beachwood Schools.
     
  • March 2, 3:30 p.m.: This mini webinar features Dawn Rankin from Wapokeneta High School. This powerful MakerSpace team member will share with viewers how the support and backing of her principal has led her program and the students in the district to the number one seed.  Learn how you can turn your administrators into your #1 MakerSpace Fan!
     
  • March 3, 3:30 p.m.: INFOhio Integration Librarian Brandi Young will present the final MakerSpace Madness mini webinar by sharing the INFOhio Makit, a guide to help you with the who, what, where, when and how of creating a MakerSpace in your library.  If you want to be on the team, join us to learn how to use the INFOhio Makit and win over students and staff with accessible, free, and easy MakerSpace tips and techniques that will help you start making today!

Use this url to bookmark or link to March MakerSpace Madness - Mini Webinar Series - March 1st, 2nd, 3rd from 3:30 - 4:00pm: https://www.infohio.org//campus/webinars/recordings/item/lwi20160301.

 

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