The Digital Harbor Foundation is dedicated to fostering learning, creativity, productivity, and community through education. In 2013 we transformed a closed-down rec center in Baltimore City into a vibrant Tech Center for youth. In 2014 we launched the Center of Excellence to train others how to incorporate making into their own learning environments.
Source: Digital Harbor Foundation – youth makerspace and national technology educational leader – Digital Harbor Foundation
The Digital Corps: Activating Digital Literacies in Out-of-School Settings from Sprout on Vimeo.
The Digital Corps provides free workshops for pre-teens and teens to build the web, robotics, and mobile apps. Partnering with after school programs, Corps Members act as digital literacy mentors, working with youth on projects that demystify robotics, code websites, program mobile apps, investigate online privacy, and empower the next generation of digital innovators.
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Teaching the Language of Innovation
At Robomatter, we use the motivational effects of robotics to excite students about computer science, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. ROBOTS and ROBOTICS integrate math, science, engineering, and technology in ways that motivate and excite students. Our goal is to provide easy-to-use robotics educational learning resources, many created under license from and in association with Carnegie Mellon University.
Source: About Us | Robomatter, Inc.