Choice, Voice, & Power: Increasing Gender Equality through Design 1/31/2019

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Choice, Voice, & Power: Increasing Gender Equality through Design

Join the World Affairs Council and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center for an educator workshop that takes a closer look at how design thinking has improved economic opportunity and health for women and girls across the globe. Connect with stories that illustrate the use of design innovation to address some of the world’s most critical problems in our current exhibition, Design with the 90% and leave with ways to apply this work in your classroom. The evening will include a discussion addressing gender equity and poverty through the lens of design thinking. The workshop cost is $20 and includes food, 3 FREE clock hours, and an in-depth curriculum resource guide on the topic. Validated parking is also available. Design with the 90% was organized by Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York.

STEAM Power: Turn Up The Heat With Creativity & Innovation In Teaching

Pacific Science Center proudly partners with the Museum of Pop Culture and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center to bring teachers STEAM Power, a day dedicated to inspiring and supporting educators in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math). Take part in your choice of two, 2-hour, skill-based workshops at these Seattle Center area venues, a stimulating full lunch keynote and tasty snacks throughout the day. These workshops are designed especially for educators addressing a broad spectrum of STEAM learning, highlighting key topics from each organization’s specific areas of expertise, taught by each organization’s staff and professional educators. The cost to attend STEAM Power is $55, includes a light breakfast, lunch, snacks, and seven Washington state clock hours are available.

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