No matter what we do from 9 to 5, we never stop learning. But we rarely make the time to direct our learning when it is not tied to a degree or a certificate. PLACE offers unique, community-based opportunities for adults to engage in educational programs rooted in the UW–Madison School of Education’s research and expertise. From Summer Arts Studio to Arts Integration training, you will find diverse, cultural experiences to enrich your inner-student.
Our Lifelong Learning programs provide transformational learning experiences for a diverse audience of participants. These noncredit offerings in education, art, and health allow you to develop skills while building community among like-minded colleagues.
With a variety of opportunities and more on the way, you’re sure to find something that fulfills your inquisitive spirit in the Lifelong Learning programs at PLACE.
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Dancers of all skill levels will experience four different classes—each featuring different regional hip hop dance skills originating in New York City, California’s Bay Area, and Chicago.
The Play Make Learn Conference promotes high-quality learning opportunities for educators, researchers, developers, designers, foundation leaders, policy makers, museum and library professionals, and school leaders who are dedicated to promoting making, gaming, and playful learning.
A program for cross country and track coaches along with recreational runners who wish to gain a deeper understanding and insight into the science behind the training.
Upcoming Lifelong Learning Programs
All of our virtual programs will be running as planned. We are following UW–Madison campus policy regarding in-person program cancellations. Please check the UW-Madison COVID-19 website for updates.
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The 2021 Wisconsin Arts Integration Symposium will help educators refocus for the spring semester and connect with their students. This forum encourages educators to engage in experiential training with peers through practice, advocacy, and empowerment.…Find out more »