STEAM Community Workshops

A Community for All Educators

Hottest Place for Teachers Right Now


Join the best teacher community around. Every week teachers just like you come together to share strategies, ideas, project plans and problem solve together. We connect with other, have authentic conversation and support each other through these difficult changes. Each week is a reminder you are not alone and you can do this! You found the WhyMaker family, we are here for each other.


Here is what we know about learning these days: Kids are empowered, engaged when they actively involved in doing. Doing hands-on projects with students IS the best way to engage them in their learning. And doing hands-on projects are possible NOW! 

Check out all of WhyMaker Workshop which can be offered virtually. 

All teachers will receive CTLE credits for completing a workshop with WhyMaker.

The instructor was amazing. She was full of energy and extremely informative. I am so glad I participated. I learned a lot of usefully resources to uses with my students and families. I cannot wait to look into the resources that were provided.


- Katheryn S. 


Very informative. She used great real life examples of how to use the resources.


- Erin F. 


Thanks so much! I think this was one of my favorite PDs so far!I l loved all the resources you suggested!



- Melanie E. 

Hands-on learning in education has never been more important. Kids are showing up to remote learning sessions that are hands-on and engaging at significantly higher rates (85% - 100%) than traditional classes.


Whatever your teaching environment is this year, join us for coaching like, peer group conversation that focus on building connections and student agency. We will work together to empower each other and engage our learners.


The purpose of each session is to equip you with real teaching strategies and lesson ideas that you can implement right away with your classes. You will receive teaching guides, project ideas, coupon codes, best new practices, great tools for remote learning and lots of new teacher friends!


Yes, Professional Development but MUCH better, MORE fun, WORTHY of your time and with A LOT of practical advice.

At WhyMaker, our goal is to make the Teaching STEM Now workshops accessible to everyone. That’s why we want to help wherever we can! If you would like to attend a workshop but are finding yourself in a difficult situation financially please send us an email at info@whymaker.co and we will get back to you as soon as we can!

These Professional Learning Experiences for ALL Educators will help you learn to feel confident to teach hands-on learning in remote, hybrid or any learning situation.  

Join the STEM Teacher Community Now: 

March 3rd -  Design Thinking - How do I start?

This meet-up is for everyone - Teachers, Librarians, and Administration
If you are interested in extending your thinking around the implementation of Design Thinking or are not sure how!

Design Thinking is a language that our students need to understand. All of the largest and greatest companies in our society today rely on design thinking to keep their business moving forward.

Join the WhyMaker Family as we pull together educators from all over who have been successfully using design thinking with their students.


The focus of this meet-up will be:

  •  What does getting started look and feel like from the teacher’s perspective?
  • What grade levels and subject areas design thinking fits into and how do you fit it in?
  • How do you NOT revert back to other teaching methods that you have used in the past?
  • Tips and Tricks for planning, assessing, managing, Design Thinking projects
  • Q&A for your questions and concerns you may have as you delve into or build upon your Design Thinking curriculum


This meet-up is for everyone - Teachers, Librarians, and Administration and anyone who wants to dive deeper into Design Thinking.


Come hear from experienced educators, who have been using Design Thinking with their students. Learn how they include content into Design Thinking, how they do Design Thinking projects with elementary and IB students all around the world. This panel discussion will allow you to ask questions that will take your Design Thinking curriculum to the next level.


This meet-up will answer questions like:

  •  What are some projects you have done with your students?
  • What are the most important skills students learn?
  • How do you keep students organized in Design Thinking projects?
  • What are some Design Thinking projects you have done with your students? Remotely?
  • Tips and Tricks for planning, assessing, managing, Design Thinking projects
  • Q&A for your questions and concerns you may have as you delve into or build upon your Design Thinking curriculum


March 17th - Taking Design Thinking to the next level - trusting the process