Beaver Country Day School, an independent school for grades 6-12 located just outside of Boston, hopes to return to SXSWedu for the third time, but needs the community’s support to get there.
For the past two years, Beaver has presented at SXSWedu showcasing their ground-breaking initiative, the “Coded Curriculum.” This year, they hope to return to the conference to share information on another innovative area of the school: its design.
Beaver’s proposed panel will explore successful ways to create an educational environment that fosters learning across every situation, subject and grade. It will encourage teachers and educators to leverage school and classroom design to positively impact students’ learning.
Beaver is eager to return to SXSWedu this year, but since votes from the public count for 30% of programming selection, they need the community’s support in order to present! Voting is open through September 4 on the SXSW PanelPicker. To vote for Beaver, simply log in or create a free account and give their proposal a thumbs up.
Click here to view and vote for Beaver’s proposal, “Principles of Design: Not Another Makerspace Talk.”