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Who else is ready to revolutionize their teaching
with engaging and enjoyable hands-on
STEM and Maker Ed experiences for students?
If you are ready to transform your teaching so students have meaningful experiences within the school day, this is the most important professional development course for you.
The WhyMaker Way is the next biggest thing in STEM education. You see those STEM teachers who are rockstars; where the students come running into their classroom and they are always creating amazing things and the administration is always bragging about them... Well with the WhyMaker Way, you can be one of these teachers.
If you haven't yet, check out our 6 part video series on YouTube about the WhyMaker Way. In this video series I will teach you about the framework for the WhyMaker Way, share some of the best tips expert STEM teachers use and you can see the whole framework of the Maker Project Planner. I also share a story about Kim, a 5th grade teacher who began to implement the WhyMaker Way and her students were mastering science standards, collaborating, researching and creating. Teachers who have already viewed this series are cramming my inbox requesting more information because everyone is ready to revolutionize their teaching.
The WhyMaker Way is not about giving you a scripted curriculum for your classes. No! The truth is, every classroom is different and there are many factors that go into teaching STEM and Project Based Learning to your students successfully. Most teachers don't really get satisfaction and don't see individualized student growth when using a scripted product. However, I believe if you're serious about making a difference in the way you educate your students, you must be fully in control and create your own learning experiences.
Here is what I can guarantee. This is my best program ever. I'm sharing every last secret with you and showing you step-by-step how to teach STEM and Maker Ed without leaving out any information. I honestly believe this is the best information you'll find anywhere about teaching in an innovative way. It's not a bunch of abstract theory but rather a field guide that shows you step-by-step why and how to use the WhyMaker Way to plan your projects. I believe if any program is going to help you have meaningful and engaging learning experiences for your students, this is it.
We all know education has changed and so has professional development. A lot of school leaders and teachers have been asking me if I have an online course or program because sometimes, asynchronous learning is great! I've been receiving so many questions about teaching STEM and Maker Ed in the last few months - I've created The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Maker Ed online course for you. That way, everyone who wants to, can learn exactly how I've taught STEM and Maker Ed for years.
Let me introduce you to the BEST online, hands-on professional development:
The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Maker Education
Here is exactly what you will learn in this course:
But it gets even better...
I am also giving you 6 FREE bonuses worth
$2,181 if you join The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Maker Ed!
If you know anything about me, then you know I always try to over-deliver and give as much value as possible. I actually care about the results teachers get, and that’s why I’m giving you these 6 FREE BONUSES worth
6 Free Bonuses:
Free Bonus #1:
Maker Ed Supply Kit
Everyone is raving about it, this is what makes this course special! It is the hands-on supply kit that has all of the materials you need for this course, so you will be able to practice the projects just like your students will do.
The Maker Ed Course Supply Kit contains:
Note: Due to shipping restrictions, we can't ship the Maker Ed Supply Kits internationally.
Free Bonus #2:
Maker Ed Shopping List
If you cannot get a Maker Supply Kit this shopping list has everything you need for the course. Purchase these things and you will be able to make and create right along with the videos in the course. This list is also so easy to find all the right supplies to recreate a Maker Supply Kit in your classroom.
Free Bonus #3:
30 Design Challenges
A list of 30 Design Challenges to use with your students. It is like a never ending supply of projects ideas that your students can do as a group or independently. These challenges are written in kid friendly language so you can pass them right off to your students to use to keep them busy and keep the creativity going for hours!
Free Bonus #4:
STEM Teacher Community
Exclusive access to an ongoing chat community of teachers just like you who know the WhyMaker Way. This sacred, (not-facebook chaos), community is a place to ask questions, get answers, see what others are doing, and make new teacher friends. It is 24 hour access, 365 days a year, with no limits on the amount of questions you can and resources you can post, on this awesome platform called Slack. This community has been years in the making, teachers are always asking to join and we are excited to FINALLY be offering it!
Free Bonus #5:
Learning Journal with Maker Project Planner
The Learning Journal will help solidify your learning throughout this course. It asks questions that get you thinking about the teaching you are doing in your classroom. It helps you plan out great Maker Ed projects and think about ways to overcome challenges in your teaching. This also includes the blank templates of the Maker Project Planner and Maker Design Brief for you to use over and over again to create meaningful and engaging projects for your students forever.
Free Bonus #6:
Continuing Teacher Education Credits
With this course you will receive 4 hours of continuing education credits. At the end of the course, you will fill out a form. Then you will be emailed a certificate of completion that describes the nature of the course, the learning that took place and the number of hours you participated in. NYS Teachers will be able to receive state issued CTLE credits.
All of these FREE bonuses will help you master teaching STEM and Maker Ed in your classroom.
These FREE bonuses alone will transform your life and you'll have everything that you need to succeed at implementing the WhyMaker Way without feeling overwhelmed or like you are missing something. The WhyMaker Way is the best framework to quickly and easily implement STEM and Maker Ed. So, if you'd like to engage students in meaningful ways:
You'll have to sign up for The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Maker Ed
You can join the course for a one-time payment of ONLY $149.
But the way I see it, this won't cost you anything. This is an investment in your happiness to continue your teaching career and that's priceless.
All you need to do is click the button below and sign up for The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Maker Ed. You will be asked to choose your payment method and enter your information so you can receive a FREE Maker Kit. You will get instant access to The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Maker Ed and access to the
$2,181 worth of FREE bonuses.
When you sign up on the link you will receive a receipt by email that you can submit to your school for reimbursement.
WhyMaker also accepts Purchase Orders if you email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name & school information.
Here's what happens after that:
As soon as you've signed up for The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Maker Ed, here's what happens after that:
You will instantly get 4 hours of video training that you can watch 24/7 from inside the membership area, get the Maker Kit to do those hands-on projects right along with the Professional Development in the course. And be welcomed into the community of like-minded people who all have the same vision and goal as you:
Teach STEM and Maker Ed while having fun along the way.
And don't worry, everything is broken down into small, bite-sized chunks so you never feel overwhelmed. If you feel like this is right for you, click on the button below, sign up for The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Maker Ed and get
$2,181 worth of FREE bonuses.
Hours of Content
The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Maker Ed