Art & Design
Teaching Visual Design 1hr
Good visual design can communicate powerful messages, but it is often overlooked in teacher professional learning. As director of instructional design and personalized learning, Sadie thinks that it’s crucial to teach design basics to teachers, so that teachers can design engaging content for students.
Making Community: Discover Local Challenges, Make Local Solutions 30min
This session will highlight tools and templates for community mapping and engagement. Join us for a tactical conversation with the potential to unleash student agency, confidence, and empathy within your classroom.
Twenty Things 45min
Fifty years ago, Seymour Papert and Cynthia Solomon published a remarkable paper titled, “Twenty Things to Do with a Computer.” This paper predicted the maker movement, 1:1 computing, and challenged schools to embrace computers as intellectual laboratories and vehicles for self-expression.
Fabric Inventions: Maker Education With Old T-Shirts 30min
Kathy Ceceri, author of Fabric and Fiber Inventions, will demonstrate how to use ordinary items like t-shirts to help students think like scientists or engineers — and learn a super-simple way to upcycle an old shirt into a handy carry-all bag!
Re-Aligning Mathematics Curriculum With Making 30min
How can we align making to curricular standards in areas such as math? Even the newest mathematics curricula do not account for the diversity of materials that young makers choose to express their own mathematical conceptualizations.
Design Make Play: Practice What You Teach 30min
It is vitally important to allow teachers to experiment and relive the feeling of being learners alongside their students, lessen the distance between what it means to be a teacher and a learner, and create multi-developmental learning groups within administration, faculty and student body.
Robotics & Coding
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