Join other parents and educators for this free, hands-on workshop. Explore how we can inspire kids to innovate while developing critical skills like flexible thinking and empathy through collaborative, fun engineering design projects.
This workshop will focus on how to develop the six pillars of engineering education and why they are important. Participants will have an opportunity to explore different approaches to engineering education – both high tech and low tech – and practice solving their own mini-challenges.
This workshop will be led by Alisa Berger, JCDS Director of the Lower School and author of How to Innovate: The Essential Guide for Fearless School Leaders.
To register, visit: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1_hcYfkP_B6LdUVWy4jG5Ezo1BbCm7o2UV-FJ4Ickz7o/viewform?usp=send_form
Event Location: JCDS, Boston’s Jewish Community Day School
57 Stanley Avenue, Watertown, Massachusetts, 02472
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