Curriculum development to teach creative tech skills

All four community projects in Guatemala collaborated to form a single mobile makerspace. The Education Maker Team worked to develop and research the educational component of the makerspace, including curriculum creation for workshops based on their research of underserved, urban populations. They visited a community in Santa Catarina Pinula in order to gain a better understanding of the youth there and to offer a workshop based on artistic creativity and technology. They are now developing a three-month course to pilot with the community.

Community Project Members:

  • Andrea Mazariegos
  • Sebastián Oliva
  • Diana Castillo
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