CLIENT: IMDA Digital Maker
Teaching the public to tinker
While society is exposed to technology, from communication to wearables, there is a steep learning curve for the layperson to create solutions on their own.
Creating opportunities and experiences for hands-on learning and tinkering.
We created six engaging two-hour experiences for families and seniors to start tinkering, innovating and creating using microcontrollers. Through a project-based learning approach, we empowered students and adults to become digital creators and makers. To date, we’ve delivered over 80 Digital Maker Programme (Micro:bit) workshops with approximately 2,100 participants.