STEAM Session Creating Environments for Making
STEAM Session: Creating Environments for Making
Join Derby Museums for the next event in their FREE online ‘STEAM* Sessions’ series, ideal for teachers (Early years foundation stage through to post-16) and educators!
Our March STEAM Session will explore how we might go about creating environments for cross-curricular making in our own educational settings, highlighting the importance of creating a culture and community for making, as a sustainable foundation for lasting impact.
Joining us in conversation will be guest speaker Caroline Keep (Teacher, Maker and Founder of #Makefest).
What are ‘STEAM Sessions’?
‘STEAM Sessions’ are a FREE series of bi-monthly events, exploring with educators how STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) learning is able to prepare our children and young people to face future environmental and social challenges in a rapidly changing world.
Each session is a FREE live Continuing Professional Development (CPD) event, featuring conversation with expert guest speakers from national & international STEAM-linked organisations. STEAM sessions are part of the Institute of STEAM, which is a partnership between Derby Museums and Rolls-Royce.
This session will be an ‘Illuminate’ STEAM sessions:
Illuminate sessions shine a spotlight on a broad theme related to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) learning. We’ll also be hosting an ‘Investigate’ session in March, delving a little deeper into this particular STEAM-learning-related issue and considering together how it may relate to your own practice as an educator.
*STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths
Venue: Online event – brought to you by Derby Museums
Time: 6pm to 7.30pm
Booking essential – book here
Suitable for teachers and other educators