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How Kids Learn III Conference

Understanding the Value of Play,

Creativity, Tinkering, and the Arts in Learning

Wednesday, October 23, 2013 - 8:00-4:30pm  

The Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco


Join us at How Kids Learn III as we hear from leading experts in the fields of neuroscience and the new science of learning on the importance of play and creativity. Learn how the Maker Movement is right for afterschool and learn from those who are using innovative learning strategies in their work with children and adolescents.


$90 per person, general admission

*  $65 per person for Direct service youth organizations. Click "Enter Promotional Code" and enter the code "DIRECT" when registering.

Registration includes morning coffee/tea, lunch, and

afternoon snacks and refreshments.

When & Where

MIssion Bay Conference Center
1675 Owens Street
San Francisco, CA 94158

Wednesday, October 23, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM (PDT)

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The Learning in Afterschool & Summer Project, Temescal Associates, and the Partnership for Children and Youth

About the Learning in Afterschool & Summer Project 

The Learning in Afterschool & Summer Project (LIAS) is an effort by afterschool advocates and leaders to unify the field of afterschool and focus the movement on promoting young people’s learning. This means offering opportunities not found at home or in school and applying our most recent knowledge on learning to our afterschool practices.


About Temescal Associates About Partnership for Children and Youth

Temescal Associates is dedicated to building the capacity of leaders and organizations in education and youth development who are serious about improving the lives of young people. Our clients include leaders of youth serving institutions and organizations, school and youth program practitioners, public and private funders, intermediary organizations, and policy makers. Their work ranges from building large scale youth and community initiatives to providing services to young people on a day-to-day basis. 

About Partnership for Children and Youth

The mission of the Partnership for Children and Youth is to ignite systems of continuous learning, foster collaboration and build leadership among school districts, government agencies, and community-based organizations serving low income children and youth. 


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