Educator Workshop: Maker Culture in the Classroom

Event information

February 29, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Location
Education Center
Cost:
$12 members; $16 non-members. Advance registration and pre-payment required.
Description:
This workshop will explore maker culture and how it can revolutionize students’ understanding of curriculum across all ages and content areas. Teachers will become makers by doing hands-on activities, participating in discussions about the versatility of the making approach, and experience creativity in problem solving. Eligible attendees will receive six (6) Act 48 hours, a free one-year teacher membership, and a field trip for 25 students to the Frick.
Educator Workshop: Maker Culture in the Classroom
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