Design Education Conference

Hamilton Hall

Second annual Design Education Conference hosted by the University of the Arts. UArts students, faculty, and alumni are eligible for discounted rate of $75; use code UARTS when registering.

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The two-day conference includes breakfast, lunch, hands-on workshops, presentations, and keynote speakers John Steers, Richard Green and Emily Campbell.

This year's conference theme is "Integration Through Design." It is the core belief of the DESIGN-ED coalition that teaching design creates a bridge across all curricular areas, making connections for authentic learning to occur. The "Integration Through Design" theme will serve to reinforce this position and act as a lever for attendees who already agree with this philosophy or are curious as to how they can achieve greater cross-curricular success in their classrooms and schools.

DESIGN-ED is a collaboration of PreK-12 teachers, schools, administrators, universities, designers, organizations, businesses, museums, institutions, individuals, and others supporting design education initiatives in K-12 schools.

We support all disciplines of design education in PreK-12 schools and teacher education programs. The purpose of the DESIGN-ED coalition is to develop policies of support for design education at the international, national, state, and local school district levels.

Hamilton Hall
320 S Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
United States

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