Making Across the Curriculum Interactive Exhibition

Hosted by PD Collaborative at WIS DC-MD-VA
DC-MD-VA Washington International School (Tregaron campus) 3100 Macomb Street NW
  • Saturday, May 16 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
  • Free
  • All ages

About this event

The Professional Development Collaborative at Washington International School works to deepen and broaden DC-area educators’ capacity to inspire deep thinking in learners, to educate for global competence, and to share best practices with the community at large.

The Making Across the Curriculum project began in 2018 as part of the larger Agency by Design initiative at Harvard Project Zero. Initially based at Washington International School, the project has spread to four DC traditional public schools, one charter school, two Catholic schools, and another independent schools. This year, it involves over 50 teachers learning together about the promises, practices and pedagogies of maker-centered learning. Exhibits will range from early childhood through high school, across subject areas, and will cover topics such as exploring race and identity through making; developing language skills with take-aparts; and re-imagining learning spaces through design hunts.

Details

Date
Saturday, May 16
Time:
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Primary theme
Maker
Secondary themes
Youth Voice
Website:
http://www.pdcollaborative.org/events/
Appropriate grade level
All ages
Accessibility
Wheelchair accessible

Organizer

Jim Reese
Phone:
2022944486
Email:
jim.reese@wis.edu
Website:
https://pdcollaborative.org
Collaborating Organization(s):
Agency by Design at Project Zero

DC-MD-VA

Washington International School (Tregaron campus)
3100 Macomb Street NW
Washington, DC 20008 United States
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Phone:
2022944486
Website:
https://wis.edu
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