Tinkering with Text: Infusing Making into Literacy Instruction


Integrating making into literacy instruction engages learners and can cultivate many essential twenty-first century skills such as creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, and a growth mindset. In this session, participants will learn about the benefits of infusing making into elementary literacy instruction and even experience their own version of it with some hands-on making.

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Lindsay Simmons

Lindsay Simmons, M.A., Professional Learning Specialist, has several years of experience working as an upper elementary school teacher and has most recently served as the STEM Education Programming Manager for a science center in Pennsylvania. She has her master’s degree in Art History with a Museum Studies Certificate and has a passion for learning about most effective engagement strategies, in both design and learning. She enjoys utilizing STEM and Maker Education processes and tools to enhance her students’ learning.

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