Building the Future

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The first annual Wayne RESA Maker-STEM Summit will engage participants in the maker mindset of “learning through doing” and ways to expand maker and STEM opportunities for students. Attendees will learn from educators who successfully integrate making into their teaching. They will explore maker-centered tools and trends, gain valuable resources, collaborate with maker-minded educators, and learn about partnerships available across the state to help build capacity for hands-on learning. If you’re interested in the maker movement and finding new ways to infuse hands-on learning within your classroom or school, then the 2019 Wayne RESA Maker-STEM Summit is for you. 5 SCECHs available.

5 SCECHS Available

Monday, April 15th, 9am-3:30pm

20900 Oakwood

Dearborn, MI

Session Formats

40 Minute Share Your Story

40-minute sessions offered by an individual or a team of presenters. Sessions are informative, focusing on various aspects of making in the classroom. Audience participants will interact with the facilitator and other attendees as they learn.


40 Minute Maker Workshop

40-minute sessions offered by an individual or team of facilitators focusing on an identified topic. These are guided hands-on activities and participants will learn by doing. Session proposals must include all app, device, or software requirements in the session description.


90 Minute Maker Workshop

90-minute sessions offered by an individual or team of facilitators focusing on an identified topic. These are guided hands-on activities and participants will learn by doing. Session proposals must include all app, device, or software requirements in the session description.

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Questions?

Contact Judy Bowling at bowlinj@resa.net or 734-334-1545.