SMALLab Learning is proud to be a participant in the MISBO (Mid-South Independent School Business Officers) Fall 2015 Conference. This year’s conference is focused on disruptive education.
“From mobile learning to makerspaces, technology is one of the most disruptive forces in education today.”
Elizabeth Minton, the Science, Math, and Creativity Instigator of Episcopal School of Baton Rouge, enriches instruction by generating interdisciplinary curriculum, spearheading hands-on, project-based learning, and supporting faculty in the application of STEM education standards. She has also dedicated a significant amount of time this year to developing and adapting SMALLab scenarios and activities, leveraging the support of the company to enhance student experiences.
Participants are invited to experience a number of embodied learning scenarios that cover a range of topics including math, science, language arts, and social studies while learning about the principles of embodied learning, its origins and implications.