Educator Night Out

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Educator Night Out: Creating Belonging through STEAM, is a night for educators to come explore the Amazeum, participate in rich and interactive professional development sessions, and network with other educators! During this event, the Amazeum is open only for educators to play, explore, make connections between their educational settings and the Amazeum, and visit the Amazeum’s gift store, the Curiosity Corner. Sessions for this night are led by local educators and organizations to provide perspectives on creating belonging through STEAM. 

ADE and PDR credit are available, and we are excited to announce that the Amazeum is providing food and drink during the event!

This is an in-person event at the Amazeum designed for Educators from formal settings (Pre-K through 12) and informal settings (out-of-school time providers).

January 25, 2024
6 - 8 pm
Location: Scott Family Amazeum, 1009 Museum Way, Bentonville AR
Fee: Thanks to the generous support of the Walmart Foundation, admission to this event is free. Just register below!

Click here to register!   

We are excited to welcome Chloe Burgett as one of our presenters!

Chloe Burgett is a children's book illustrator living in Lincoln, Nebraska with her husband, Seth, and her orange cat, Pencil. Her favorite books respectfully portray children as the competent, brave, and resourceful human beings they are, with words to match. Chloe loves visiting school classrooms and libraries to read her books and share the art of visual storytelling! 

Inclusive Visual Storytelling with Illustrator Chloe Burgett 
Hear the exciting story of how books are published and the illustrator's unique role in a book's creation. Participants will be challenged to get curious about window books and the beautiful view they provide into other's experiences.

Educator Night Out Reviews

"The Amazeum staff were so informative and willing to answer a multitude of questions. Sessions were brief but full of information. Having time to explore was an amazing opportunity."


"It was really useful in my field of early childhood education."


"This event recharged my battery."


"It was well organized. I get to choose what I need - and of course there was great food and drink!"

"It was a creative way to learn and explore with like-minded individuals."