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Makey Makey Invention Literacy Workshop (Train-the-Trainer)

  • 5 May 2019
  • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • The Lovett School (Rogers Westmoreland Activity Center), 4075 Paces Ferry Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30327
  • 10

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Makey Makey is establishing a global network of training partners that are working to advance invention literacy worldwide. We are pleased to announce that via our affiliation with ISTE, AATE will be an official training partner. As a partner, we will deliver a one-day "Makey Makey Invention Literacy Workshop" on Saturday, December 8, 2018, where participants will leave having a "Train the Trainer" certificate of completion. Our goal is to have 60 trainers certified by 2020. These trainers will then be able to deliver Makey Makey workshops wherever they please. Learn more about the program here.

Currently, space is open to 20 participants.

Additional Details

What: train-the-trainer version of the “Makey Makey Invention Literacy Workshop”
 
Video Describing the Workshop: https://youtu.be/PouWbbb9Geg

Who: This workshop is designed for people who train K12 educators (school-based as well as out-of-school). AATE will become Makey Makey’s newest “official training partner”. There will be no more than 30 people permitted in the workshop.
 
Training Location: 
The Lovett School, Rogers & Westmoreland Activity Center.
Park near the baseball field 

Schedule: 

 7:45 am - 8:00 am Check in and login to / test WiFi. Get ready for an awesome day of learning
 8:00 am - 11:30 am Morning session: Introduction to Makey Makey
 11:30 am - 12:15 pm Lunch (Provided at the workshop as part of your AATE Membership or registration fee).
 12:15 am - 3:00 pm Afternoon session: Makey Makey Inventions
 3:00 am - 4:00 pm Train-the-trainer

Bring Your Laptop & Charging cable: Windows, Mac, Chromebook, Linux operating systems work great. Tablets will not work. Regardless of the kind of laptop used, it must have the ability to plugin a USB “type A” plug - - these are the most common type of USB plugs and it’s how the Makey Makey is connected to a computer. Some new laptops don’t accept a USB type A plug so the user must supply their own adaptor (“dongle”). 

Everyone who attends receives a free Makey Makey Invention Kit, and if they stay through the end of the day, will also receive the Workshop Facilitator’s Guide.

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Stacia McFadden, AATE President
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