Virtual Educator Evening: Design-Based Learning
Design-Based Learning is structured around Essential Questions described in the standard K–12 curricula content. Encompassing all subject areas, Design-Based Learning is an interdisciplinary methodology that ignites creativity and motivates civic engagement to teach critical thinking and problem solving. Join us for an introduction to Design-based Learning with Jessica Heim, Director of the Design-Based Learning Project at UCLA Center X in the UCLA School of Education & Information Studies.
For this session, please have a few simple recyclable materials gathered in advance as well as simple building materials (scissors, tape, glue). Examples of recyclables are: paper plates, paper, yarn, foil, etc. Be ready to go through an engaging design challenge and share your creations with the group to learn more about Design-Based Learning.
Join us live on Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89534732740?pwd=NlBtMkt3bTlyVTVTVXl5TXdYcE9tQT09
Meeting ID: 895 3473 2740
Educator Evenings are a FREE professional development series hosted virtually offering state-approved professional development hours for participation. Professional development hours are available for participating in the Educator Evenings and issued upon request.
Educator Evenings are sponsored by the Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, Bank of America and the Nell J. Redfield Foundation.
STEAM education programs at the Nevada Museum of Art are sponsored by Tesla and Waste Management.