As manager of school and teacher programs at the Computer History Museum, Stephanie Corrigan leads K-12 programs for students of all ages, including Field Trip Days, Talking to the Future, and the workshop program. She also works with visiting teachers and develops resources that help enhance the school group experience. Stephanie hold a master’s degree in history and museum studies from the University of Delaware and has more than 10 years of experience working in formal and informal learning environments.
The Computer History Museum (CHM) has a unique opportunity when it comes to teaching students about computers and the technology-driven world in which we live. As a history museum, we look at the stories and people behind the technology, contextualizing and enlivening it to make it relatable for visitors. And through our education programs, we aim not only to help students make personal connections to the history of computing, but also to understand the role technology plays in all aspects of our lives and to feel confident exploring and engaging with technology in and outside of the Museum.Read More