We empower learners through creative design experiences with everyday technology and the learner's own ideas: commands that students will retain every other time they see those tools.
CodeCreate guides participants in the creation and appreciation of intuitively based technology combined with artistic expressions, especially within basic circuitry, robotics and computer programming, media arts, illustration, 3D design and performing arts.
Our workshops are adaptable for individuals or multiple group sizes, ages, spaces and equipment, can vary between a single hour or multiple days and cover a variety of topics, leveraging youths' interests, passions, knowledge and creativity.
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The Cardboard Switching Challenge
Inspired by The Imagination Foundation's Global Cardboard Challenge, participants begin by brainstorming their surroundings, exploring shapes, building simple animals, objects or machines (such as a lamp, rocket ship, camera or lion) out of cardboard and then coat those surfaces in aluminum foil to trigger an application (via a Makey Makey board) to create a response. Participants take the cardboard sculpture away as well as a link to Scratch.
The (Thread) Count Shout /
clients we have facilitated Youth Workshops for
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The (Thread) Count Shout
The Model Hardware Race Car Rally
the media mash-up
The Science of Scale, Figure Drawing
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