Future Matters

from the 5th school level

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Every era has its material! While plastic was celebrated as the miracle product par excellence in the 1960s, today we are researching intelligent (artificial) materials. We dream of materials that recognize our needs and independently adapt to changing situations and circumstances. In this workshop, where fun and creative experimentation with programmable materials as well as discourse and reflection on materials of the future are on the agenda, the pupils become material researchers and inventors.

The workshop includes a theoretical part as well as a practical hands-on part. The connecting element of both parts is a joint discussion and reflection of the contents, paired with illustrative and supporting examples (videos, visuals, mentimeters).

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Please book at least 2 weeks in advance!

Technical requirements for implementation in Distance Learning:

  • stable internet connection
  • Microsoft Teams or Zoom
  • Laptop or stand computer with webcam, microphone and speakers
  • optional: smartphones or other devices to use Mentimeter

Technical requirements for the implementation in class:

  • stable internet connection
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Laptop with webcam, microphone and speakers
  • Projector
  • Smartphones or other devices for using Mentimeter

Material to prepare for the workshop (per participant):

  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Adhesive tape/Tixo
  • min. 1 piece of thicker paper/clay paper/watercolor paper (A4, ~200g/m2)

After receiving the booking confirmation, an info sheet will be sent to the teacher by e-mail. This document contains information that is relevant for the implementation and preparation for the workshop. For the follow-up of the contents covered in the workshop in the classroom, the teacher receives a follow-up package compiled by us after the workshop.

School levels from the 5th school level
Format dialogical virtual leadership
Duration 100 minutes
Fee 135 €
School subjects Fine arts education, technical and textile handicrafts, history and social studies, physics, chemistry