Developing Creative, Inventive Mindsets and Skills that Prepare Middle and High School Students for Careers in a Rapidly Changing World
The Lemelson-MIT Program, located within the School of Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has been celebrating outstanding inventors and working to inspire young people to pursue creative lives and careers for more than twenty years. We are now working to share what we have learned with educators across the U.S. as we believe that the development of creative and inventive mindsets are critical to young people’s ability to thrive in today’s technologically driven, rapidly changing world.
Who should attend: If you are a middle or high school teacher, after school professional, or other educator who wants to enrich your students' educational experience, join us for a three-day workshop. We will be holding a workshop on the west coast and the east coast.
What will you learn: The workshop will develop educators’ capacity to help kids learn to think and act as an inventor while developing a solution to a real-world problem. The workshop includes strategies for the effective use of JV InvenTeam guides made available free of charge on our website here.
Cost: Registration is $1,500 per participant and includes food (breakfast and lunch for all three days), workshop materials, and a classroom kit.
Registration is closed. Email Gayle Golding if you have any questions. You can also contact her directly at 617-253-3410.