Constructing Modern Knowledge
Summer Institute for educators 2023
July 11–14, 2023
Manchester, New Hampshire
Constructing Modern Knowledge 2023 Summer Institute
Where STEM, PBL, & creativity collide for 4 exciting days of learning-by-doing
Join us for a supercharged learning adventure!
Constructing Modern Knowledge, July 11-14, 2023 is a minds-on institute for educators committed to creativity, collaboration and computing. Participants have the opportunity to engage in intensive computer-rich project development with peers and a world-class faculty.
Inspirational guest speakers and social events round out the fantastic event.
While our outstanding faculty is comprised of educational pioneers, bestselling authors, and inventors of educational technologies we depend on, the real power of Constructing Modern Knowledge emerges from the collaborative project development of participants.
Each day’s program consists of a discussion of powerful ideas, mini tutorials on-demand, immersive learning adventures designed to challenge one’s thinking, substantial time for project work, and a reflection period.
Quite simply, there is no other professional learning experience quite like Constructing Modern Knowledge!
Educators come from around the world to experience this premiere learning-by-doing event.
Not a Conference!
Rather than spend days listening to a series of speakers, CMK 2023 is about action. Attendees work on personally meaningful projects and interact with educational experts concerned with maximizing the potential of each learner. Animation, robotics, engineering, filmmaking, music composition, 3D printing, programming, wearable computing, Arduino, BBC micro:bits, microcontrollers, storytelling, and photography are all part of the CMK 2023 mix.
The learning environment is filled with stimulating “objects to think with,” including a library, art supplies, and a mountain of tools & materials for tinkering.
Constructing Modern Knowledge, now celebrating its 14th anniversary, is a minds-on institute for educators committed to creativity, collaboration, and computing.
“If this is what learning can feel like, surely we all deserve to learn this way.”
Kelly Watson, 5th grade teacher, Geelong, Australia
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