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TechKreativ stands for a unique kind of workshops

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Handling technology creatively and discovering new ways of learning and of shaping technology proactively: This is what we invite various target groups to do in our wide range of workshops. One target group we focus on particularly comprises children and adolescents.

This website provides an overview of our current range of TechKreativ activities, which we have conceptualized based on the experience gained in numerous workshops we conducted.

 

Prof. Dr. Heidi SchelhoweThe “Digital Media in Education” research group (dimeb), which is affiliated with the Centre for Computing and Communication Technologies (TZI), consists of an interdisciplinary team of committed scientists.
Within the field of computer science, we work, teach and research on digital media and their application in the context of education.

In the dimeb research group our aim is to make current developments in the field of digital media accessible to everyone. The opportunity to actively shape technology is an empowering experience as it makes it very tangible that one’s actions make a difference. Thus, it promotes an understanding of current developments in modern society
 
Steps towards innovation - the concept
Our approach includes incorporating the potential of every child in the joint work. To this end, our TechKreativ team undergoes special training. Our workshop participants receive individual support and attention as well as tailor-made advice. They work together in small project teams. From the first project idea all the way to its practical implementation, these project teams are accompanied by our professional TechKreativ team.
In an environment that encourages constructive learning, technological wonders come into existence, such as robots, smart clothes and many more.