In this episode we are talking to Miriam Harte and Jen Hensen from TechSpace along with my co-host Tomas Ward.
More info about TechSpace:
The TechSpace Programme
TechSpace is an education programme of Camara Education Ireland. TechSpace offers training, development, support and opportunities for youth organisations and schools to deliver STEAM and Digital Creativity projects. Find out more about us and how you can become a TechSpace Educator at TechSpace.ie!
ESB Creative Tech Fest 2020
This year’s ESB Creative Tech Fest will be a National Event with a Regional Approach .
On the 28th of October 2020, young people’s creative work will be celebrated and recognised via a live award ceremony online and a virtual reality exhibition. ESB Creative Tech Fest on the 28th of October will be accessible from youth centres, regional hub and even at home
Young People and Educators from across Ireland’s TechSpace Network are invited to develop creative projects and enter a wide range of award categories in the fields of STEAM, Digital Creativity and Computer Science.
The award categories are now LIVE – click here for more info!
(Closing date for entries is October 9th) Digital Youth WorkJen mentioned digitalyouthwork.eu, which is a great resource around STEAM/Digital Creativity resources for educators. It also has lots of cool info about youth projects and programmes, which are super impressive!
You can also find TechSpace at:-
- Facebook: facebook.com/techspace.ie
- Instagram: instagram.com/techspacemedia/
- Youtube: youtube.com/user/TechSpaceMedia
Where to find Dublin Maker:
Dublin Maker is funded by Science Foundation Ireland
Music Credit: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Chad_Crouch/Motion
Motion by Chad Crouch is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.