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EduHack: Co-Creating educational experiences

mSchools EduHack is a large scale co-creative process for school teachers that connects, inspires and allows the educational community to develop innovative classroom experiences for all levels and subjects, integrating the use of digital technology.

Using design thinking methodology, EduHack promotes a new way of learning based on projects and real life challenges, preparing students for a future that requires digital, problem solving and communication skills.

EduHack 2nd edition: closing session 

Over 62 schools, 450 teachers and 5800 students piloted during this school year the educational experiences created by teachers of all educational levels and curricular areas, teacher-students, industry experts and research center professionals that participated in the  2nd edition of EduHack.

On 11 July, at Bital Space in Barcelona, all EduHackers will meet to present these educational proposals in a fair that will include virtual reality, gamification, georeferencing, and much more.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in free hands-on workshops where they will learn how to apply Visual Thinking and Design Thinking in the classroom, how to develop strategies for project-based learning or how to create cooperative groups, among others.

If you want to attend the event, please complete this registration form. You have time until 5 July.

EduHack and design thinking

Design Thinking is a user-centered and problem solving creative process that offers effective, viable and positive solutions based on observing and understanding users’ needs. Design Thinking is collaboration, positivism and experimentation.

Based on these principles, EduHack has designed a tailor-made methodology specific to the Catalan educational context and built around the student. The initiative offers the opportunity to design collaboratively educational proposals, that will be tested in schools across Catalonia.

EduHack and the Sustainable Development Goals

EduHack’s 2nd edition challenges are based on the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development. Participants are required to design educational proposals for classrooms, schools or wider communities based on one or more of these challenges.

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