Mayor Bloomberg and New York City Economic Development Corporation Seth W. Pinsky today announced the launch of “New York’s Next Top Makers,” a competition to promote 3-D printing and innovation in New York City. The competition will act as a business accelerator for New York City-based entrepreneurs, inventors and makers, who will be judged by a panel of experts as well as the the public and will receive assistance on the path to commercialization, including studio space, business support and mentorship from industry experts including Shapeways, Adafruit Industries, and Honeybee Robotics.
L'ultimo dibattito per le Presidenziali USA ha generato 6.5 milioni di tweets: una quantità di dati fenomenale da analizzare ed utilizzare negli ultimi messaggi nelle prossime due settimane di campagna elettorale.
HacKIDemia fait partie de ces chouettes projets qui entendent renouveler la pédagogie des sciences et de la technologie en mettant au centre le (savoir-)faire, et qui puisent leur inspiration dans les valeurs des hackers, ces bidouilleurs créatifs...
This revamping of shop class has lots of implications for education. For one thing, it brings the act of making back into the academic curriculum. Hands-on workshops and traditional shop classes have been disappearing from high schools. They were often marginalized and given the bad rap of being something you did if you weren’t good at sitting still in class. This meant that kids relegated to shop classes were often treated as though their efforts could only lead toward vocational training, meaning that their employment choices were limited to industrial or manual work. At the same time kids who would have benefitted from tinkering and hand-on making were given the message that shop class was somewhow beneath them, losing out on important spacial explorations that could help them gain confidence to work with their hands. (I myself landed in engineering school as a 17-year old who had never been in a shop class.)
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