Project Invent is a school invention program that helps students design and engineer inventions for a better world. Join us for a casual chat with Connie Liu the founder and executive director of Project Invent. Plus, the super awesome Jason Hubbard, a Makey Makey and Project Invent Ambassador, shares more about the program and how you can use these powerful concepts in your own classroom.
Connie shares resources that guide making and coding for social good. You can use tools like Makey Makey, Micro:bit, and Arduino to build impactful ideas that will engage more students and empower young people with the 21st-century skills they need to succeed.
While Jason shares how he implemented Project Invent into his own design thinking class to guide his students through the design process with real people! You'll learn how his students created actual inventions to help cafeteria workers, principals, and others on campus.
You don't want to miss this one! View the recording below.
You can view Connie and Jason's slides below.
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