This presentation is about collaboration and connecting community program and schools.
They worked together to figure out what the schools wanted and how this would work.
The MAKER-Y program
is a portable range of kits that come into schools these are around Robics and 3D printing. The coaches help to start of the teachers. The Libraries put in time to money and time to build the kits and lessons plans.
This started with students engaging with the Robot using a remote. They quickly learnt the their was limitation to what they could do with the remote and this prompted them to learn code.
They used drawing software to create their names and and print these using 3D printer. The pilot lead of data that suggested that students self-efficacy and confidence had raisen as a result of this program.
When the coaching start they partnered with the AUT program and Masters students took on the coaching they had a lot of technical skills.
This has changed this year with the the drop out of these Masters students. Baruk has taken on this role.
After talking about it we had a turn. This is my Tinkercad creation.
This innovation is continually evolving.