MyMachine Liège is building the working prototypes! The 3 steps in MyMachine are not divided. Students from primary, vocational/technical secondary, and university level co-create the Dream Machines! Here’s a great example of that from MyMachine Liège (Belgium). Last week, the technical secondary school l’Athénée Royal Princesse Elizabeth organised a workshop for the primary school children.
The child-inventors from the primary school met with the technical high school students to customize the body of the Dream Machine under construction.
In this technical secondary school, students from different disciplines like electrical engineering, automechanical engineering, heating, fine arts and human care, collaborate in building a working prototype for this Dream Machine!
Betty Milano, MyMachine Liège Coordinator: “These meetings, these exchanges, this multidisciplinary collaboration: that’s the magic of MyMachine!”
The students are now continuing their work to be able to present the working prototype at the MyMachine Liège exhibition, planned for June 6 at 12 in Blegny (Belgium)!
Thank you so much to all students and educators involved in MyMachine Liège, and many thanks to our wonderful MyMachine Liège team at Basse-Meuse-Développement!