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Educator Workshop: Educate to Innovate

Educator Workshop: Educate to Innovate
Thu, Apr 30

04:00 pm

The STEM/STEAM/Maker education movement is gaining traction and has such a strong following throughout the U.S. that the White House has challenged educators to “Educate to Innovate.” Sounds inspiring, but what does that mean for your youth programs? How can you prepare your students for this educational paradigm shift? In this workshop, you’ll gain access to the resources you’ll need to shift your teaching programs and set your students up for success. For elementary, middle, high school teachers and out-of-school time educators.
  • Tickets

    Reservation required

    Price: Free

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  • Location

    University City Science Center Department of Making and Doing

    3711 Market Street

    Philadelphia, PA, 19104


  • Speakers

    Danielle Stollak
    Danielle Stollak
    Danielle works as Program Manager for the University City Science Center’s STEAM Initiatives. She is currently developing a new generation of educational outreach programs that promote skill building, question asking, knowledge sharing and a team atmosphere. Before joining the Science Center in 2013, Danielle worked with the Urban Blazers Foundation to create outdoor experiential education programs for youth from under-resourced communities throughout Philadelphia. She also taught science to girls in West Virginia, taught youth to sail on the Delaware River, did her Master’s research on the coast of South Africa, and created outreach and education programs for a small Icelandic community. Danielle earned a Master’s Degree in Natural Resource Management from University Centre of the West Fjords in Iceland.
  • Partners

    University City Science Center
    University City Science Center
    University City Science Center
    Founded in 1963, the Science Center is the oldest and largest urban research park in the United States. The Science Center supports technology commercialization and technology-based economic development on our campus and in the Greater Philadelphia region. Its 31 nonprofit shareholders include many of the distinguished colleges, universities, hospitals, and research institutions located throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.