Designing Making Experiences
Thursday, October 13, 9am – 4pm
Friday, October 14, 9am – 4pm
NOTE: This is a 2 day workshop. You will not be able to only attend one day.
Castilleja School, Palo Alto
Aaron Vanderwerff (Lighthouse Community Charter School, Oakland, California, USA)
Angi Chau (Castilleja School, Palo Alto, California, USA)
Designing Making Experiences is a two-day intensive professional development workshop for educators eager to integrate making in school into their own practice.
Spend two days planning a K-12 making project or unit of your choice and leave with a project example made by you. While being immersed in a making environment, you will make and develop, test and troubleshoot the making curriculum or project of your choice for your K-12 classroom or school.
- Learn about ways making can be integrated into classrooms, schools and curricula
- Collaborate with participants and Creativity Lab staff to plan a project or unit for your classroom or school
- Learn new skills, technologies, and/or making methods to complement your project, including 3-D printing, laser cutting, woodworking, craft, electronics, and vinyl cutting
- Collaborate with like-minded educators to develop making curriculum