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Friday, May 22 • 9:45am - 11:15am
Introducing Lakecraft: A Minecraft® World Based on Local Geography

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We've created a Minecraft® world using real data of the Lake Champlain Basin. Come learn about this resource and how to implement it at your school. Afterwards, we will tap your creativity and host a curriculum conversation about how Lakecraft can support social studies and science learning in schools and libraries.

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avatar for Susan Briere

Susan Briere

Coordinator, IT Services, RNESU
Susan Briere is the IT Coordinator for Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union . She is passionate about technology's critical role in teaching and learning. She holds a BSMIS and MSIT from Marlboro College Graduate School. | | Please talk with Susan about how technology is changing the way we connect and collaborate with others, how digital literacy makes it possible for students to access unlimited resources, to learn about any topic... Read More →
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Nina Ridhibhinyo

Group Programs Manager, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Nina Ridhibhinyo is the Education Group Programs Manager at the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center in Burlington, VT, coordinating their school, summer camp, and overnight programs. Prior to ECHO, Nina was an after school site leader for the Burlington School District's 21C Champlain Elementary School site. She has a ScB in Environmental Science from Brown University and is currently enrolled in a Masters of Science Education program with a... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 9:45am - 11:15am
Joyce 211

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