Maker Skills Workshops for K-12 Educators

Engage your students with hands-on projects that foster creativity, critical thinking, and STEM awareness.  Learn how you can lead successful Maker projects in your school!

In our full-day skills workshops you can learn how to use 3-D printers, laser/vinyl cutters, electronics, or Micro:bit computers in the classroom.  In our new workshop “Maker Project Design” you can design and prototype project ideas using our resources and Makerspace.

These hands-on workshops are designed for K-12 educators who want to bring the excitement of Making into their classrooms.  Beginners welcome! All materials are provided.

  • Workshops are 1-day, 8:30-2:30, at the Edgerton Center Student Project Lab (MIT 4-409).  Sign up for the full week or just the workshops you want.
  • Cost for each workshop is $275/person
  • Attendance limited to 20 participants/session.
  • Click here for registration info and workshop details