As the role of the school librarian is ever changing, it is sometimes hard to keep up. Some librarians are the tech leaders for their buildings. Some are teaching coding skills. Some are creating makerspaces and delving into the world of robotics. Some want to do these things, but feel like they lack the skills to do it all. In the modern era, where making, computing, and invention are skills that students are expected to learn, the language of circuitry is a foundation.
In this day-long workshop, we will thoroughly move through the basics of circuitry and binary computing. We will build circuits using various materials such as copper tape, LED bulbs, and circuit stickers. We will practice building circuits using invention kits and we will cap the day off by sewing circuits with conductive thread.
Once you have a thorough understanding of how circuitry is the foundation of the modern world, you’ll be better able to explain these concepts to your students. You’ll be a better problem-solver and be able to teach your students to be better problem-solvers too. On top of this you’ll have more confidence coming up with fun and interesting projects.
This workshop will be held on July 30th from 9 am to 3 pm with an hour lunch break (lunch not provided). It is designed for librarians. Classroom teachers are welcome to join us if they attend in collaboration with their building librarian.
Click here to register through the Monroe One My Learning Plan.