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Air Quality Sensor Maker Week

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Air Quality Sensor Maker Week

Written by Maria Li We worked with the students from German Swiss International School to create an air quality monitoring system in their school. Over  the 5 day Maker Week in our workshop, students learned about The process of invention Citizen science Data visualization Open source electronics Coding (include API, JSON, HTML, Arduino) Rapid Prototyping (such as 3D printing, laser cutting, vinyl cutting) Woodwork Metalwork and Team work Leadership Creativity First, let's see the outcomes:  5 creative inventions for air quality monitoring and data visualization! Only in one week! By students with almost no prior experience. Well done young ladies and gents.  ...

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"Windtrain" workshop

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"Windtrain" workshop

We had a lot of fun teaching how to make wind-powered robots "Windtrain" to the students of Stamford American International School. This is the slideshow we used to teach the workshop. If you are interested to book this workshop, please get in touch! 

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"Performative Architecture" workshop with Stamford American International School

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"Performative Architecture" workshop with Stamford American International School

We had a lot of fun teaching math and geometry to the kids of Stamford International School at their Central location. Here is a small video we made to document this event and promote future events: This is the slideshow we used to teach the workshop. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1E9I3LiwNJuxGJ-SR5o9gfdGqD2mPwNPdAFtXZiNXwms/edit?usp=sharing If you are interested to book this workshop, get in touch!

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Talks and Discussion "Workshopology": The art of doing workhsop with Marc Dusseiller with Helen Lo, Brian C Smith and Mark Barnett

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Talks and Discussion "Workshopology": The art of doing workhsop with Marc Dusseiller with Helen Lo, Brian C Smith and Mark Barnett

Marc Dusseiller on Workshops from DIYSECT  Hong Kong kids and parents are passionate about STEM, STEAM and Maker Education. But what is it really? And can it be best given so that it has maximum educational effects on the participants? Should teachers become facilitators, or is there something even better we can do? Should education be about learning existing knowledge, or exploring, experiential, creating new things, or advocacy and even activism?  We are very fortunate to have the visit of Marc Dusseiller, co founder of Hackteria in Hong Kong who is a Global Hacker and Workshop organizer who wants to...

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