“Design is all about learning from doing, that's how we evolve to the best solution.”
— TIM BROWN, DESIGN LEADER AND VISIONARY, IDEO
In this digital era, we are trying to encourage our youth to consume less, and create more. The 'maker' approach is to have students learn with their hands - through tinkering, making and learning from mistakes. These practices will build students' confidence, enable them to think creatively and problem-solve, while equipping them to become future leaders and innovators.
Curriculum development and lesson delivery
Experiential Design Thinking Workshops
Problem Solving through Cardboard Prototyping
Ideation and sketching techniques
3D Modelling essentials
Hand Moulding: Ceramics
Elective modules in post-secondary education and career in Design
Learning Journeys to industry-related sites
Makerspace spatial design and construction
From the educators
"The collaboration has been an enjoyable experience for both the teachers and the students. The students now have a better understanding of upcycling concepts. "
HOD, BEDOK NORTH SECONDARY SCHOOL
"The efforts of you and your team have helped our students to fly our school flag high. The 3-day leadership programme has left an indelible mark on many of them."
HOD, UNITY SECONDARY SCHOOL
"Their efforts to go green by using recyclable materials was particularly commendable, and they took the opportunity to communicate the importance of sustainability to our students."
HOD, CEDAR GIRLS' SECONDARY SCHOOL
Join us as an maker educator
Are you a fellow maker? Passionate to share your stories and skills? Then join us as a maker educator. Apply here and we will get in touch with you.