STEM Webinar - How to Create an Inclusive STEAM Class

As an educator, you want to help each and every student engage deeply with what they are learning. But you don’t have the time or resources to tailor every lesson for all learning needs. So, how do you make your classroom more inclusive to all different types of learners with varying interests and abilities?

Join Michael Fricano II, a K-6 Technology Integration Specialist and Computer Science Teacher, Lauren from Unruly Splats, and Jake Duhaime from the 3Doodler as they discuss ways to create an inclusive learning environment for all learners.

In this webinar, you will learn:

1) How Michael approaches inclusivity in his computer science classes

2) How to leverage the technology you already have to create an inclusive classroom

3) How to build community inside and outside the classroom to encourage inclusiveness

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