Charles Sutton Maker education: Empowering individuals to make a better world

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Filmed October 2015
at the Koch Immersive Theater, Evansville Museum

Maker education has the potential to empower individuals to think critically about complex systems and encourage them to be active participants in building and shaping the future they want. This talk addresses concern about how individuals use available technologies to create a safe and sustainable world. Creating real-world situations for ourselves and others to respond to generates potential to develop the necessary confidence and ability to create a better world.

Charles Sutton

Librarian/Educator, Thinker/Tinkerer

To say Charles Sutton wears many hats would be an understatement. With a passion to make things better, Charles is especially passionate about early literary, maker education and using technology to create a sustainable world. Charles has even transformed his home into an urban ecological experiment – implementing workable alternatives to current practices that threaten our water, energy and food security.