Innovative Tech STEM Newburyport Based Classes Ages 6 - 13
Global Citizenship Programs Collaborating with Kenyan Youth
From our Kenyan Leader, Bonaventure: "It was fantastic for our kids to exchange ideas. Tell all the kids that participated that one day they will change the world through technology, unity, and diplomacy."
Global Citizenship in Your School or After School Program:September 29th 4 - 6 PM teacher workshop to assist in integrating Global Connections into your programs.
Youth workshop for teens September 22nd 4 - 6 PM
Both meetings will be held at Unitarian Church 26 Pleasant street Newburyport: Lower Meeting Hall Rooms A&B
Call us at (617) 320-1098 or email to register for one of these workshops. firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be forming collaborative projects for youth grades in grades 5 - 8 at Newburyport Youth Services. Sign up on their website. newburyportyouthservices.com
Thinking About Thinking and Learning with Technology
Together these youth take on common challenges, such as improving their daily lives and economic situations, protecting their country’s natural and human resources .Global Citizenship is youth building a future together.
Small Solutions Scratch & Media: Fall and Winter Classes
Instructors: Sandra Thaxter, Alan Papert, Susan MacPhee
Saturdays 10- 12 AM October 28 - November 18th
Newburyport Youth Services 40 Milk Street, Newburyport MA 01950
Registration: Newburyport Youth Services on-line at http://newburyportyouthservices or the office at 40 Milk Street.
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Hands on Activities: Scratch Games, Animations, and Design
This program is based on the fact that the most useful property of a computer in education is that it enables the student to carry out experiments with great precision, using many different approaches. Major projects will be suggested by the presenter, but the students will be encouraged to pose their own goals at times.
This project incorporates the following approaches: