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Students Offer Educators a Deep Learning Opportunity in Maker Education
Posted: June 14, 2019

Beachy Cove Elementary student-expert Caitlin helps Director Stack learn new skills using green screen technology.
Beachy Cove Elementary student-expert Caitlin helps Director Stack learn new skills using green screen technology.

Students from four Avalon region schools switched roles with educators today (Friday, June 14), providing an opportunity to show teachers how young learners are grasping educational concepts, from the latest advances in technology, like 3D printers, to more traditional skills, such as knitting and sewing. CEO/Director of Education Tony Stack dropped by to learn from student-experts how they have spent their year learning through Maker Education.

For more information, please see the attached release.



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