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Keith Braafladton 15 July 2014
Transcript of LTC History
We frame accessible
and relevant doorways
about learning environments
We maintain and develop
partnerships to construct
and share knowledge
We reflect critically
on our practices,
and we use these
lessons to explore
We develop engaging
experiences to inspire
learning that extrends beyond
our time with participants
Learning with Scratch
Weekend and summer classes and camps
Youth Computer Center
a focus on both media/web development
and educational program development
Learning Technologies Center
Learning Technologies Center (to 2010)
focusing on program and professional development
4 FT and 3 shared/occ staff
18 instructors and youth assistants
Over 4000 hours of workshops provided
A direct audience of 2000
Professional development and training for 50 adults and teens
These are some of the critical techniques,
mechanisms, and beliefs that comprise
LTC’s approach to STEM education.
We develop activities that are utilized regularly by nearly every department in Education and SMM public events.
The climate in LTC is one that supports creativity and LTC has been a place where experimental ideas can develop and take root.
LTC broadens the museum’s reach, not just locally, but nationally
Our ability to
& potential partners
Time for R&D
Engaging youth and adults,
students and teachers in
self-directed, creative, and
meaningful learning experiences
using traditional and