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Wednesday, June 15 • 1:15pm - 4:30pm
The Playground

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Use the power of play at the Playground to tap into your curiosity! Bonus — attend half-hour classroom sessions held in the Playground on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Explore how the power of play at OhHeckYeah strengthens the social, economic, and physical fabric of places. OhHeckYeah is a public-benefit corporation that transforms spaces into street arcades. Also check out OhHeckYeah’s morning breakout session on Tuesday — How can creative placemaking be used as a tool for learning?) ohheckyeah.com

Delve into a giant map of Colorado created by the National Geographic Society Education Foundations. Members of the Colorado Geographic Alliance National Geographic (COGA) visit schools, libraries, and museums to share giant state maps. See how a giant map can encourage learning through movement and games that teach place names, physical and cultural geography, and map-reading skills. Learn about our state’s natural features, national parks, historical sites, and physical landscape. uccs.edu/~coga

See how the Resource Area for Teaching (RAFT) Colorado helps you incorporate affordable, everyday objects into hands-on learning. Students tinker, design, create, and communicate together — and learn from trial and error. RAFT is a low-cost membership association that turns donated materials into meaningful learning experiences. Also check out RAFT’s morning breakout session on Tuesday — How can educators use MakerSpaces and Design/Build challenges to enhance inquiry-based learning? raftcolorado.org

Wednesday June 15, 2016 1:15pm - 4:30pm MDT
Mt. Daly Ballroom

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