European Maker Week: “Creativity from technology, a challenge for schools”
The European Maker Week is an initiative promoted by the European Commission to bring citizens closer to Makers and encourage education to creativity and innovation in all Europe’s educational institutions. It will take place from 30 May to 5 June, and will include the event “Creativity from technology: a challenge for schools” that will be held on 30 May afternoon at the Cattaneo University (LIUC) in Castellanza.
Luca Mari, coordinator of the European project Digital Do It Yourself (DiDIY), full professor at the School of Industrial Engineering and Director of Lab#ID e SmartUp – Digital Manufacturing Laboratory at LIUC, will present two projects: DiDIY e LAB.INT., which were developed within the Learning Week “Creattiviamo”, and involve, among the others, LIUC and four high schools coordinated by ITE Tosi of Busto Arsizio. The two projects aim at exploring, experimenting, and disseminating information on the use of digital tools for promoting creativity of students and improving their learning processes.
Further information is available on the event website.