Piet Grymonprez, co-founder of MyMachine, was invited to talk about MyMachine at the Creativity World Forum 2015. The CWF was opened in de morning by Sir Ken Robinson, who gave his in-depth vision on the challenges the educational system has and its impact on our society.
MyMachine was offered a spot in the time schedule for the main stage in Oklahoma City (Usa) in the afternoon, showcasing as an example of how to tackle the issues addressed by Sir Ken Robinson in the morning.
Creative Oklahoma that organized the CWF, also emphasized on the fact that MyMachine is going to start in August 2015 in Oklahoma, with the Rose State College in the lead.
After the MyMachine talk, Rose State College president Jeanie Webb and vice-president Stan Greil joined the stage to proudly announce the start of MyMachine Oklahoma. The first pilot will start in August 2015 in collaboration with teacher Melinde Ryan at the Soldier Creek Elementary, teacher Adam Zodrow at the John Rex Charter Elementary and teacher Jim Moery at Mid/Del Technology Center.