This month, we’re hosting two Learning by Making events in the US, and you’re invited! Join us for an evening of thought-provoking talks, exploration, and refreshments. With the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we’ll discuss how we can nurture the competencies needed for learners to thrive in the 21st century and beyond.
Talks will also look into the impact of learning by making in the classroom and how it can help improve learner agency and outcomes.
Date and time: Thursday April 11, 6.30 – 9 PM
Location: The Grand Courtyard, 1354 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Speakers include Brandon Rodriguez, Educator Professional Development Specialist at the Nasa Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Amanda Haughs, educator and learning designer at Campbell School of Innovation, and Nick Giacobbe, Learning Designer at pi-top.
New York City
Date and time: Wednesday April 17, 6.30 – 9 PM
Location: 501 Union Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
Speakers include Dr Nadia Lopez, Principal at Mott Hall Bridges Academy, Chris Regini, teacher at West Hollow Middle School in Long Island (NY), Sasha Alston, STEM activist and author, Renae Williams, educator and Director of Computer Science School Pathways at NYC Department of Education, and Dr William Rankin, Director of Learning and Research at pi-top.
They will be evenings of enlightening talks, drinks, and conversation, but spaces are limited so please register on Eventbrite to secure your place.