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Teacher PD: Purposeful Tinkering and Application

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Teachers and librarians, like their students, need hands-on experience with tools and with playing to learn as that helps them build creative confidence. (https://www.edutopia.org/blog/crafting-professional-development-maker-educators-colleen-graves)

Teachers, during PD, should be provided with time, resources, and materials with which to play. It sets the expectation that they will be active agents of their own learning. It gives them the message it is okay to play and experiment with the materials; that tinkering is often needed as a part of learning new skills.
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EdTechTeacher iPad Summit USA: Presentation Materials - Leading Change in Changing Times: EdTechTeacher iPad Summit USA

EdTechTeacher iPad Summit USA: Presentation Materials - Leading Change in Changing Times: EdTechTeacher iPad Summit USA | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it

"Here you can find almost all of the presentation materials from the Keynotes, Featured Presenters, and Concurrent Sessions. They are listed alphabetically by schedule."

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Maker Education - Online Professional Development - MakerEd.org

Maker Education - Online Professional Development - MakerEd.org | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
Ahead of the official launch of our Resource Library‘s Professional Development category in fall 2016, we are excited to offer a preview of three professional development modules around maker education. Each module is centered around a video and contains prompts to consider and comment on in the Professional Development section of our online Google+ community and on Twitter with #makered and @MakerEdOrg.

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