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Don’t just learn with the Arizona K12 Center, CREATE! Join us as we experience the newest innovation space at the Arizona Science Center. Register, and you’ll gain these four items, along with much more. If you’re like us, you can’t wait to attend the Art of Making: CREATE, Play, and Engineer in th

Sep 14, 2016

Don’t just learn with the Arizona K12 Center, CREATE! Join us as we experience the newest innovation space at the Arizona Science Center. Register, and you’ll gain these four items, along with much more.


If you’re like us, you can’t wait to attend the Art of Making: CREATE, Play, and Engineer in the World of STEAM at the Arizona Science Center, beginning Sept. 23. Not sure what the maker movement is? No worries! During the four-day professional learning opportunity, you’ll learn how the maker movement can be used in a classroom setting, and get training on favorite maker machines, tools, and materials. You’ll also produce a lesson plan and/or unit integrating the maker movement, standards, and the use of tools from CREATE. When all’s said and done, you’ll better understand the design process, the 5 Es (Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, and Evaluate), and project-based learning.

But that’s not all. In addition, participants will leave with:

  • A Junk Bot

  • A Brush Bot

  • Conductive Dough

  • A Maker Certificate


If you haven’t toured the Arizona Science Center’s CREATE space, it’s a must-see.

Are you intrigued? Don’t miss your chance to participate on Sept. 23-24 and Oct. 21-22 –register for Art of Making: CREATE, Play, and Engineer in the World of STEAM now.

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