Incorporating STEM into your Classroom using LEGO

A session at BIT15 - Bring IT,Together 2015

Thursday 5th November, 2015

4:00pm to 4:50pm (EST)

How many students love using LEGO at school and home? Let’s use the students’ love of playing with LEGO to develop their creative and design thinking in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). This workshop will show you how to use LEGO in your classroom and turn it into problem-based learning opportunities connected to the curriculum. To make LEGO even more fun for the students, let’s add the WeDo Motor or Power Functions creating for your students real-life examples and scenarios. This workshop will also show you how to code using Scratch, allowing the students to move the LEGO.

Participants should bring their own computers that can be hooked up to a LEGO WeDo.

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Sharon Moskovitz

Teacher | TDSB | Google Certified Trainer | STEM DLL | Microsoft Innovative Educator | Co-Moderator #ONedchat | Co-Organizer http://rethinkthebox.org bio from Twitter

30 attendees

  • Amanda
  • Angelina Glynn
  • Cindy Barna-Zuzic
  • elyse crete
  • Doug Coope
  • Laurie Rosniak
  • Brigitte Goure
  • Aimee Henry
  • Julie Borghese
  • Jeff Dumoulin
  • JL Durnford
  • John Michalenko
  • Kaitlin
  • Lesia Skira Saluchok
  • Mark Sheward
  • mohamed
  • natalie legault
  • Sandra Shannon
  • Larissa Ulisko
  • Natalie
  • Patricia King
  • Grade1
  • Sharon Moskovitz
  • Samantha Noack
  • Sarah Richer
  • Stefanie
  • Stephanie Brousseau
  • Sylvia Vanaselja
  • Tracy Sopha
  • Vickie Morgado M.Ed

8 trackers

  • Diana Hale
  • Dale Rainey-Baran
  • Jamie Urquhart
  • Lisa H
  • Mike Wilston
  • Scott Morrow
  • Brian Smith
  • Steve Blok

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Time 4:00pm4:50pm EST

Date Thu 5th November 2015


Peller Estates B, Scotiabank Convention Centre

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