We’re challenging the young people of Hull to use their digital making skills to make a smarter, more connected world. How will you be able to use the tools from the Connected Hull project in schools and with community groups?
Find out more as we meet up at C4Di on Tuesday 9th May, 15:30 - 16:30.
Teachers and educators of KS2 - KS5 with an interest in how technology and creativity can support innovative ideas and learning opportunities. Your main focus could be art, music, PSHE, maths, geography, computing, music, D&T, science........Connected Hull is definitely a cross-curricular programme.
Software has been developed with an educational focus, to support teachers and learners to create projects and design their own new inventions. Teachers will be able to explore starter projects and develop their own idea across the curriculum.
Join us as we support children and students to play their role in building Hull as a smart city, and as cited in this NESTA report, from the ground up.
What story could your students share with environmental data such as temperature, humidity, movement or sound levels taken from their own community? What will be their focus or problem to solve?
Photo of ODI: Ian S, geograph.org.uk