In the meantime we left the information about the 2019 summit below so you can get a taste of what it was all about.
“Creation is a fundamental of learning and there’s no better place for young people to learn, grow, create and innovate than in classrooms that adopt the maker education approach.”
– Sean Duffy, Founder, EdTech Austin
The Maker Education Regional Summit, organized by Austin Maker Educators and UTeach Maker with the support of Maker Faire Austin is the perfect place for Central Texas educators to learn more about and explore maker-centered learning.
The summit brings together a diverse cross-section of leaders in educational innovation to share expertise, resources, and experiences in leveraging the powerful ideas and tools of the Maker Movement in K-16 education.
This year’s event will feature hands-on workshops, demonstrations, roundtable discussions, and opportunities to network and connect with industry experts.
Who Should Attend: All educators, from novice to expert, who are passionate about providing authentic learning experiences for their students are invited!
Cost: Tickets are only $10.00 (TBD for 2020) and include a complimentary entry pass for Maker Faire Austin, access the Maker Faire Friday evening happy hour gathering, and continuing education/professional development credit.
Date: Saturday, May 4th (TBD 2020)
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM (TBD 2020)
Location: The Palmer Event Center salons on the 2nd floor
Session Schedule: Available HERE.
How to Register: It’s easy!
Click below to be contacted when the planning starts for the Summit in 2020!