Support the development of an online course that we have outlined Making Conversations: Maker projects in K-12 to express racial and social justice issues and participate in online learning with teachers.
Seeking: 4 undergrads interested in K-12 education and the Maker culture
- Learn the strategies and tools developed at the MIT Edgerton Center for integrating hands on Maker/STEM projects into K-12 academic learning.
- Learn how to use a variety of Maker tools (3D printer, laser cutter, electronics, sewing, etc).
- Research the needs and choices of K-12 teachers for social/racial justice curriculum and review various curricula.
- Develop projects that integrate Maker projects and social justice curricula. Focus on a specific school or educator.
- Serve as a technical coach for the educators in implementing the project in the classroom
- Document the process including research, planning, experiences, results
Contact: Diane Brancazio, Instructor, MIT Edgerton Center email@example.com
2020-08-31 to 2020-12-09
Experiential Learning Project