TWISTOFY SUMMER MAKERTHON
This summer vacation, get your child one step closer to being the next Einstein or Zuckerberg with our 3-day Maker Workshop Camp!
- Age Group: 7-13 years
- Price: INR 3000 per child
- Venue: M.P. Shah School, Vile Parle West, Mumbai (Location: https://goo.gl/maps/mGsJXQxjMkz)
- Dates: April 29-May1 2017 (Sat-Mon)
- Timing: 11 am-2 pm
- Online Event Link: http://imojo.in/du0aah
- Online Payment Link: https://imjo.in/WaZ27r
- All workshops are conducted by experts. All materials will be provided by us. Light snacks and bottled water will be provided by us.
Workshop 1: The Lost City! - Design Thinking, Prototyping and 3D Printing
Your child will learn to creatively solve problems using Design Thinking and 3D Modeling. Each child in the workshop is presented with an issue faced by a fictional character in the lost city, and he or she must invent, design, and prototype something that solves the character’s problem. The issues faced by the citizens of the Lost City are representative of real-world social issues that we face here on Earth.
Workshop Expert: Pradnya Shindekar
Pradnya is an Electrical Engineer, Maker and STEM educator, with a experience of 4 years in Digital Fabrication. She is a supernode (co-ordinator and reviewer) of All Indian Fab Labs and Instructor at Fab Academy from 2014.
Workshop 2 : Let's Animate! - Storytelling & Stop-Motion Animation
Your child will learn the art of storytelling, character writing and movie making using stop motion techniques. The end result will be a short animation movie created by the children themselves. It’s a great way to engage their creative muscle in a whole new way, along with teaching them fundamentals of animation.
Workshop Expert: Shubham Mehta
An expert animator, Shubham has done his Masters in filmmaking from Witwatersrand University. His film eKhaya won the best South African short film award at the Durban International Film Festival (2016). His key skill are writing, editing and directing short films.
Workshop3: Game On! - Scratch Programming & Video Game Making
Your child will learn to code his or her own video game, using a fun and easy programming language called Scratch! The ability to code computer programs is an important part of literacy in today’s times. When kids learn to code in Scratch, they learn important strategies for solving problems, designing projects, and communicating ideas.
Workshop Expert: Soham Ganatra
Soham is an engineer by profession and an innovator, entrepreneur and Maker (among other things!). He has worked on several projects on automation, healthcare and robotics like brain-controlled wheelchair and smart surfaces.