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HacKIDemia Singapore goes to Science Centre

HacKIDemia Singapore

Saturday, 28 September 2013 from 09:30 to 12:30 (Singapore Standard Time Singapore Time)

HacKIDemia Singapore goes to Science Centre

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Hack!shop with admission to Science Centre (5-12 yrs) Ended $15.00 $1.63

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Event Details

HacKIDemia is back again for the September edition and this time, we will be at the Science Centre Singapore!

We invite kids and their parents to join in for a morning of creative and interactive learning involving science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (S.T.E.A.M) through a series of mini hack!shops.

The programme will adopt an 'unconference' or 'BarCamp' approach where kids are allowed to move around and participate in any activity that they like. Parents are also invited to mentor and facilitate a mini activity as well.

The following workshops will be offered:

1. Exploring squishy circuits 

2. Make your own electronic toy brick

3. Build a bristlebot

4. Experiment with paper circuits and conductive ink

5. Learn how to solder (* parental guidance required)

6. Take things apart: Harvest components by tearing down electronic equipment

7. Sensor basics with Arduino and oscilloscopes

8. Breadboard electronics (with ATtiny85)

9. Learn technology with littleBits

 

Each activity is facilitated by a mentor for five kids (5-12 years old) and the duration is approximately 45 minutes long. 


About HacKIDemia Singapore

HacKIDemia Singapore is part of an international network of HacKIDemia mobile invention labs started in Singularity University, Mountain View, California by educator and former Googler, Stefania Druga. It aims to sensitize kids and their parents about value behind building hardware and software in a playful manner through creative, interactive and hands-on workshops. Currently, there have been more than 40 workshops conducted for more than 2000 children by 200 mentors in ten cities around the world: Bucharest, Berlin, Sofia, Austin, Sao-Paulo, Lagos, Dallas, Paris, New York and Singapore.

 

Venue

The September HacKIDemia hack!shop will be held at the Science Centre Singapore (15 Science Centre Road) about 5 minutes walk from Jurong East MRT interchange. Admission to the Science Centre is included with registration.

(photo credit: Muesum Round Table)


Venue Sponsor & Collaborator

The Science Centre Singapore, a leading regional Science Centre, celebrates 35 years of promoting interest and creative learning in science and technology. It prides itself on making science an inspiring and exciting experience for people of all ages. Over the past 35 years, the Centre has been a custodian of creativity and innovation, capturing the evolution of scientific developments through unique and relevant exhibitions and shows and continues to ignite young minds and foster new generations of scientifically savvy Singaporeans. 

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When & Where


Science Centre Singapore
15 Science Centre Rd
Singapore, 609081
Singapore

Saturday, 28 September 2013 from 09:30 to 12:30 (Singapore Standard Time Singapore Time)


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Organiser

HacKIDemia Singapore


HacKIDemia Singapore is a platform for community-driven learning activities that encourage kids to embrace 'learning-by-making' by putting technologies into their hands. We are part of the global network of HacKIDemia communities.

We are inviting the maker community in Singapore to work together in creating a supportive tech-ecosystem to grow a new generation of makers that is tech competent and world ready.

As a not-for-profit project, HacKIDemia Singapore is driven entirely by volunteers. Adopting the 'hacker ethics', we want to serve communities that are marginalized socially or academically. We welcome volunteers from diverse backgrounds such as arts, design, psychology, science, engineering, IT and business to serve as mentors and conduct regular workshops for kids in software and hardware, art, science, design & technology.
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