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Teaching kids about science, technology and nature

 

• concept & pitch
• interaction design
• product owner support

 

An online platform connecting classroom and museum workshops with extended learning at home.

To increase and extend learning about science, nature and technology, five organisations in the city of Leiden decided to work together to streamline their workshops for schools and families.
To encourage and track the kids' progress, they asked us to make digital stamps for the kids.

We proposed a "World of Discovery": A personalised world of islands for each kid. These online islands are filled with extra experiments, videos, games and information that are closely tied to the contents of the workshop.
They can expand their world by participating in another workshop, where they can scan their personal passport to add an extra island to their world. - with more experiments, videos, and even photos from their workshop. 

The initiative won the Museum Education Prize in 2017

The nature, science and technology partners are:
Naturalismuseum Boerhaave,  Hortus BotanicusTechnolab
WetenschapsknooppuntJunior Science LabSterrewacht
Gemeente leidenVereniging Leidse SchooltuinenNaar Buiten!Het Bewaarde Land

 

This project is a  collaboration with
driebit

 

 
 

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