A few highlights from our Makerspace Cline's library is an engaging Media Center that fosters a love of reading while encouraging curiosity through exploration. In the media center students are exposed to lessons on digital citizenship, coding, circuits, green screen media, online databases, hands on engineering projects, stop motion animation, 3D printing, social media connections with other schools across the U.S., augmented reality, author visits and much, much more!
This year (2017-2018) we are looking forward to expanding further with our students on many of the topics that were covered last year. As well, we will be adding exciting new devices/lessons and opportunities for students to take their learning to the next level. The campus Media Specialist, iCoach and GT Specialist will be working closely with all classroom teachers to bring STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Math) into the classrooms as well. When students come to the library they start class in the learning area (assigned seating area) and are taught a 10-15 minute mini lesson. After that they have a 15 minute checkout time followed by 15 minutes to explore in the makerspace. Classes rotate through the library once every six days and stay for a 45 minute class. If you need to know what days your child's class comes to the media center please check under the "FAQ" tab.