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Thursday, August 2 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Designing Creative Learning Workshops that Put the Learner in Charge

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Well-designed workshops can provide inviting entry points for people who might otherwise not become engaged in creative learning experiences with technology. Informal learning spaces such as libraries, afterschool programs, or makerspaces often use workshops as a common form of engagement to introduce newcomers or dive deeper into an interest area. In this workshop, we will explore how we can design equitable, inclusive, and creative learning experiences. Participants will engage in the purpose and practice of workshops, examine workshop design principles, and spend time brainstorming ideas for workshops in their settings. We will share our experiences designing workshops for youth and families across many settings, backgrounds, and cultures. Participants will engage in small-group work to develop their own workshop design for their settings. We will conclude reflecting on how workshop facilitation can help to develop interests, build relationships, and connect to new opportunities.

Speakers
avatar for Saskia Leggett

Saskia Leggett

Learning Experience Designer
Saskia's work focuses on empowering people by designing experiences, curating resources, engaging communities, telling stories, and building relationships. She is based in the Bay Area and consults on creative learning and creative computing resources, experiences, and projects. Previously... Read More →
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Ricarose Roque

Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Boulder


Thursday August 2, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm
MIT Tang Center, E51-372 - Classroom, Building E51 2 Amherst St, Cambridge, MA 02142, USA

Attendees (55)