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The maker movement has transformed learning in libraries, introducing maker education opportunities for underserved youth populations. But what are the best practices in facilitating making with youth and young adults?Dr. Shirin Vossoughi is an assistant professor of Learning Sciences at Northwestern University where she researches making and tinkering in afterschool settings. Join her and her colleague Dr. Natalie Davis to learn how to approach making with youth audiences using a framework that is rooted in valuing joint activity and engaging children and youth as agentive thinkers.This presentation will look at how formal and informal educators facilitate making, what is considered making across many cultures, and how facilitation practices effect learner interactions. Participants will leave with best practices for improving their maker experiences at their libraries.Presenters:Dr. Shirin Vossoughi, Associate Professor of Learning Sciences, Northwestern UniversityDr. Natalie R. Davis, Post Doctoral Fellow in Learning Sciences within the School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern UniversityMember Library Group: Recharge Committee Event Coordinator: Gretchen Schulz Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 847-923-3437
Categories: Youth/Young Adult/School Services, Chicago Area
This event is sponsored by Reaching Across Illinois Library System.
Questions? Please contact Karen Goyer.
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