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Thursday, March 2 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Getting Started with Paper Circuits!

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Are you looking for low-cost ways to enhance your circuitry curriculum? Looking for ways to add technology to your elementary and middle-school art projects? Join us as we experiment with low-cost paper circuit projects. Through the use of simple LED lights, watch batteries, and copper tape, teachers can re-enforce circuitry concepts and enhance current classroom art and design projects. During this workshop you'll have the opportunity to design your own light-up greeting card and learn about a variety of ways to incorporate paper circuits into your classroom.

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Bill Steinbach

STEM Teacher, Northwood Junior High School
Bill Steinbach is a middle-school STEM teacher and technology leader at Northwood Junior High School in Highland Park. He has presented at both the ICE conference and NICE MiniCon. He currently runs a district-wide robotics competition for grades 4-8 and sponsors broadcasting and Minecraft clubs at his school. Bill has been recognized as a 2013 Siemens STEM Fellow, 2014 Discovery Education DENny award winner and a Google Certified Teacher.


Thursday March 2, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Tinker Studio - Exhibit Hall

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