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Teaching Strategies with Sphero: Socratic Method and Design Thinking
The versatility and hands-on nature of Sphero robots and littleBits lends itself to helping students challenge assumptions and watch their new ideas come to life. In this Sphero Session we'll focus on two teaching strategies: The Socratic Method and Design Thinking. You'll hear from Adrienne (Sphero Team) and Meaghan Creamer (Sphero Hero) as they share how Sphero can be used to amp up learning in the classroom with questioning and design iteration.ages and stages, no matter what subject you teach, so you can keep the collaboration and STEAM learning going.

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Meaghan Creamer
Meaghan is a makerspace lab coordinator based in Nashville, TN. After graduating from Vanderbilt with her M.Ed. and a capstone titled "Recognizing Makerspace Mentorship as a Community of Practice", she taught 3rd grade, coached an elementary STEM team is currently working full time at a makerspace in a Prek-5th grade school (@iwonderla on Instagram). She loves human-centered design, low-budget makerspaces, and 3D printing.
Adrienne Emerson
Education Content Manager @Sphero
Adrienne is a 12-year veteran educator, with over 20 years of experience in educational and competitive robotics. With a BS in Applied Mathematics and a MA in Secondary Education, she has dedicated her career to expanding access to STEM education at a local, state, and worldwide level. Before joining the Content Team at Sphero, she was named 2020 Teacher of the Year for the state of Texas. Adrienne is now focused on creating content that makes robotics and computer science fun and accessible to all students.