June 27 – Thurs, June 30
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Lunch and parking provided
$900 per educator, with discounted pricing ($750) for additional participants from the same institution.
Act 48 hours provided
the bootcamp experience
What is “making,” what constitutes a “makerspace” and why does making matter? Join museum professionals in a four-day immersive maker experience where you are the learner. Examine the value and importance of making in education by experiencing it for yourself.
Participate in hands-on making, engage with other educators and explore MAKESHOP’s Principles of Practice and other research-based tools and strategies. Whether you are an experienced educator, maker expert, new to teaching/makerspaces or anywhere in between, this professional development experience will offer insight into the people, processes, tools and materials necessary to cultivate maker-centered learning for any space, formal or informal.
We recommend attending with another representative of your institution, be it a teacher, librarian or administrator, so you can support each other’s efforts and implementations beyond Boot Camp.
Join us for an eight-day summer institute that brings educators together to explore questions about how to center racial justice and equity through creative, arts-informed, innovative and relevant curricular engagements.
Activities and discussion throughout the institute will engage educators to reflect on their identities, lives and literacies; center their hopes, desires, dreams and themselves as significant in our movement toward freedom; critically examine meanings of equity in learning; and lovingly understand the valuable role played by our very own creativities, such as poetry, spoken word, art and song.
Genius, Joy and Love institute is a partnership between the University of Pittsburgh School of Education and Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh.
July 11-14 and July 18-21, 2022
9:00 am – 2:00 pm
$900 per educator
Apply today to be part of the First Cohort of Genius, Joy and Love Fellows.
Explores how empowerment through making can be translated to other challenges that students face, specifically within the realm of injustice and inequity.
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