Making is transforming education at every level.
When we talk about making in education, we are talking about project-based learning, a teaching method that emphasizes problem-solving, critical thinking, collaboration and self-guided inquiry along with standards-based content.
We invite classroom teachers, administrators and others in the field to join us for our 2nd annual Making in Education conference, designed to share information, skills and strategies to encourage project-based learning in schools, libraries or other learning spaces.
On Saturday, September 23, from 9 am to 4 pm, the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum and Learn Deep will co-host the 2nd annual Making in Education Conference, sponsored by Rockwell Automation, which will include panel discussions, hands-on workshops and presentations developed for professional educators. We invite classroom teachers, administrators and others in the field to join us to share information, skills and strategies to encourage project-based learning in schools, libraries and other learning spaces.
Maker Faire Milwaukee co-host, the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum, will once again organize Field Trip Friday programs for elementary, middle and high-school students which include an orientation with a Museum maker-educator, a schedule of hands-on workshops and demonstrations with Faire exhibitors, a behind-the-scenes tour of the Faire and opportunities to talk with makers who will exhibit their work over the weekend.