• Our Professional Learning Process

    It takes more than just showing up to earn one of our professional learning certificates.

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    Learn

    Participate during an in-person workshop hosted at your school, institution or facilitated at regional locations globally. Collaborate with other participants to build skills, understandings and develop competencies.

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    Apply

    Apply your learning to a real world context based on your role. Participants receive feedback and guidance from the workshop leader throughout the process. Our Learning Management System contains resources and notes based on the workshop's topics.

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    Document

    Document what you have created and provide evidence through our Learning Management System. Receive feedback to help in your next iteration.

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  • Overview of Programs

    Maker Educator Certificate Level 1

    This introductory program is for the educators, specialists, and leadership of any division in a school or institution. The certificate focuses on participants collaboratively constructing a foundation of the Maker Learning pedagogy, frameworks, big ideas, and methods for integration in any subject area.

    Leading Change through Making

    This program is for the leadership team in a school or institution. It focuses on how Maker Learning builds a culture of innovation and guides participants to collaboratively create an action plan for building and sustaining this culture in their context.

    Maker Masterclasses

    Maker Masterclasses are a collection of workshops that challenge participants to explore a technology that is shaping the world and apply it to the creation of a tangible product.

    Advanced Professional Learning

    This collection of workshops is available to participants that have completed the Maker Educator Certificate Level 1. Each workshop focuses on diving deep into approaches, materials, and/or topics that enrich a Making & STEAM Culture.

    Making Throughout the Curriculum

    This in-school consultancy provides on-site support to teachers in establishing a curricular framework that works effectively in their context. We will work with teachers to integrate Maker experiences throughout their curriculum and provide coaching to improve classroom practice through team teaching.

    Remote Coaching

    This remote service is provides on-demand coaching to educators that have completed the Maker Educator Certificate Level 1. When learning something new, learners benefit from having a supportive advocate that listens and provides guidance to help them remove the roadblocks in their learning pathway.

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