A graduate of UConn's Neag School of Education, Lisbeth Dizney is a professional educator with expertise in gifted and talented education. Adept at developing and implementing differentiated lessons with creative problem solving and active engagement in mind, she strives to meet the individual needs of all learners. Passionate about providing students with experiences that encourage them to persevere when faced with uncertainty. This is Lisbeth's second year presenting at CreativityCon.
Lisbeth's workshop topic is 'Building Community: Using Maker Space Materials for Collaboration'. Legos. Toothpicks. Paper towel tubes. How can you use these and other low tech MakerSpace materials to build communication and collaboration in your classroom? In this workshop, you will be introduced to hands on activities that can be used throughout the school year. Additionally, we will work together to find ways to differentiate these activities to meet student needs and work to integrate them into the curriculum.
Educator with expertise in gifted and talented education