The DoSeum is San Antonio's only museum just for children where kids learn by doing, creating and tinkering, instead of just looking and listening.
Located in Innovation Station, Little Maker Workshops are drop-in programs that are designed specifically for guests 1-5 years of age.
The workshop programs are aligned to Maker-Centered Learning pedagogy and best practices.
Located in Innovation Station, Maker Workshops are drop-in programs open to children ages 6-11. The Innovation Workshop can accommodate 16 students. These programs are aligned to Maker-Centered Learning pedagogy and best practices.
The new year is approaching at the speed of light! Join us for Kids Countdown and have an astronomical time with us as we ring in the “noon” year. We will be launching into 2019 with a ball drop, jet packs, face painting, music, and space treats. This party is going to be out of this world!
This event sells out, so purchase your ticket before we get ready for takeoff!
Tickets go on sale now!
$25 for children
$15 for adults
*Price includes access to the full museum, treats, and more!
What is the Maker Movement? What are Maker Spaces? Educators will investigate the gain a deeper understanding of Maker-Centered Learning by engaging as learners in a thinking routine while exploring the parts, purposes, and complexities of a designed object. They will gain an understanding of how the Maker Framework works and begin to consider how they might incorporate the Maker Framework into out of school time programs, project-based learning, enrichment content, and core academic content to encourage in students a sensitivity to design and build a sense of agency and maker empowerment.
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Educators will learn about Maker-Centered Learning and how this framework contributes to the development of agency: the ability to see the world as designed and be empowered to improve or innovate.
Educators will gain a deeper understanding of Maker-Centered Learning by engaging as learners in thinking routines. Having experienced these routines as learners, they will understand how the Maker Framework works and begin to consider how they might incorporate the Maker Framework into their other core content areas to encourage in students a sensitivity to design and build a sense of agency and maker empowerment.