Saturday, April 20, 2013, 1 PM-5:30 PM
The Milwaukee Art Museum Connects: Creativity, Technology, and Student-Generated Content
Teachers—get inspired and invigorated! Join Logan Smalley, founder of TED-Ed, Rushton Hurley, founder of Next Vista for Learning, and local, exemplary teacher leaders for a TED-style program at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Engaging talks on creativity and technology dovetail with group discussions in this special (and free!) event designed especially for educators. Participate in stellar networking opportunities and take home a variety of resources and ideas to implement immediately into the classroom.
One credit option available at half the graduate tuition fee through the National Writing Project at Carroll University. Teachers may sign up for the credit option at the April 20 event, or may preregister by following the directions on this information sheet/form.
For teachers of all subject areas and grade levels.
Registration required. Program is free.
Email email@example.com (subject: MAM Connects) with your name, school, subject area, grade level, and phone number.
Limited spaces available; first come, first served.
Teachers Free with ID!
Don't forget: K-12 Teachers now receive free admission to the Museum! More information here.