17 Jun201917th June 2019
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Viktor Javorek on his MyMachine experience

Viktor Javorek on his MyMachine experience

When we asked Viktor what he’d taken away from his participation in MyMachine Slovakia as a product design student at the Technical University of Kosice (Tuke), he said “there’s a lot to say about that: the anxiety of having to work for young children, the promise them that a solution will be found and the...

16 May201916th May 2019
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Harvard University on MyMachine

Harvard University on MyMachine

Amy Kamarainen, Christina Smiraglia and Edward P. Clapp, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University: “Students in MyMachine learn that they can contribute to society, rather then just be a consumer of society. But ultimately what strikes us most about MyMachine is its ability to cultivate wonder, joy and a sense of community accross school populations − and even...

14 May201914th May 2019
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Magali – alumna MyMachine – on her MyMachine experience

Magali – alumna MyMachine – on her MyMachine experience

Magali Veramme, alumna MyMachine: “In retrospect, I now refer to my first job as MyMachine Extra-Large: I need to listen to a strict, very demanding customer and make it happen, despite budget limitations and deadlines. Yes, exactly like MyMachine!”. Read the full story in our brand new book: What Is Your Dream Machine? How Children...

10 May201914th May 2019
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Hank Nourse – The New York Academy Of Sciences – on MyMachine

Hank Nourse – The New York Academy Of Sciences – on MyMachine

Hank Nourse, Senior Vice President & Chief  Learning Officer at The New York Academy of Sciences, member of IBE-UNESCO’s technical working group on Future Competencies and the Future of Curriculum: “By engaging children’s imaginations and encouraging all members of the education community to share in their innocence, curiosity, and capacity to dream, MyMachine has the...