If you're not currently teaching, what are you focused on?:
I volunteer at Art Education Victoria, an Australian not-for-profit that focuses on helping art teachers be the best that they can be.
What subject(s) do you teach?:
I'm a designer and product manager by day. By night, I help art teachers become the best that they can be by volunteering / sitting on the board of Art Education Victoria, an Australian not-for-profit.
We run professional development sessions for teachers, so I'm really eager to learn how we can enhance the learning opportunities for our wonderful teachers.
Hey Jessica, I love this provocation. DIY.org is also brilliant at building communities of kids who are making and doing together (albeit in different geographies). The platform allows them to learn from each other, bounce ideas off each other and elicit great feedback. How might we use DIY.org's inspiring platform to rethink how teachers can come together around learning new skills? What kinds of online communities could we build to really engage and inspire teachers to learn together?