Above / Enter the big red door for the Teacher Expo, a 5-hour adults-only showcase of exhibts for educators at the DuPage Children’s Museum, located at 301 N. Washington Street.

(Naperville, IL)… DuPage Children’s Museum (DCM) will host its first Annual Teacher Expo froom 3-8PM on Wed., Aug. 29, at the Museum. With 37 exhibitors, this free event is an opportunity for educators to network and build awareness of all the resources available in the community to support and enhance the work that they do.

Teachers, homeschool groups, childcare providers, scout leaders, PTA members, and anyone involved with children ages birth through middle school are invited to attend.

“Teacher Expo is a fantastic way to kick off the school year and to take all of the energy and enthusiasm that comes with the start of the year to discover new ideas that can enhance curricula in this resource-rich community,” says Thomas Sullivan, Director of Education and Programs, DuPage Children’s Museum.

Some exhibitors include Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Chicago Innovation Foundation, Erikson Institute, Fermilab Friends for Science Education, The Morton Arboretum, North Central College, and The Written Word Center for Dyslexia and Learning to name a few.

View the full list of exhibitors and register for free at dupagechildrens.org/expo. This event is for adults only.

Teacher Expo is sponsored by North Central College School of Graduate and Professional Studies, Community Partners for Teacher Expo, The Craftsman by Two Brothers, and Bean Sprouts Café.

For more information, contact Thomas Sullivan, Director of Education and Programs, DCM, tsullivan@dupagechildrensmuseum.org or 630.637.8000 x 6060.

Submitted by Jaime Johnson, Sr. Marketing Manager, DuPage Children’s Museum.