Participants create superheroes to express their feelings and experiences. By using storytelling methods, maker technologies and creative writing they express complex emotions in the form of objects. For this, children employ technologies such as 3D printing, laser cutting, electronics and microcontrollers or even sewing. After the participants created their very own heroes, they face interesting and fun challenges and delve into deep ethical and moral questions in their adventures.
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Creative problem solving
Basic manual skills
The Maker’s Red Box contains everything but a makerspace that a teacher and a group of 12 students need to start making. It consists of 16 two-hour long sessions that build on each other.
In traditional education settings, there are always students who lose interest while others fall behind. We've talked to Adam Horvath, head of strategy at Maker's Red Box about how true digital education is about to change that.