Microschool Workshop to Revolutionize Learning
Workspace Education, Microschool Revolution, and the Birch School will host a two-day “Create a Co-learning Community or Microschool” workshop, in Bethel, on August 5 and 6. The sessions will enable attendees to interact with successful school creators; envision and pitch their own ideas to the Workspace Education founders; and launch a deep dive into specific areas of interest with the hosting organizations’ staff and members.
Co-learning is a growing educational trend that incorporates corroborative and project-based learning in a space designed to promote working in teams and across disciplines to design and execute amazing projects.
Workspace Education is a not-for-profit that comprises a co-learning community of families and professionals working together to co-create the most effective individualized learning tracks for children. More than a project-based education center, Workspace Education is also host to Acton Academy, a standalone microschool specializing in developing agency, character development, and executive functioning skills.
The workshop, which costs $250 per person, will help parents and educators imagine the possibilities and create a customized education pathway for their children and students. Teams from across the country will come together to envision their dream educational spaces.
For more information, email Cath@WorkspaceEducation.org. Location: Workplace Education, 16 Trowbridge Drive, Bethel.Edit ModuleShow Tags