STEAM Camp 2020 Fall – Photos and Evaluation

Following the evaluation from the summer camp, this camp featured a number of new initiatives: a Gitlab repository for issue tracking and storing / versioning the teaching materiala DIY robot kit for each participanta booklet containing all the tutorials to bring back home 3D-printing workshop Arduino programming and robotics Technical tree-climbing and a 30 kg […]

STEAM camp 2020

The typical daily schedule is: From 8:00: breakfast10:00 – 12:00: First workshop11:00 – 13:00: Lunch & fun13:00 – 15:00: Second workshop15:00 : Excursion18:00: Dinner The activity program for the week currently looks like this: DayTrack 1: CourtyardTrack 2: StableTrack 3: HawilaTrack 4: GardenTrack 5: ShoreTrack 6: ExcursionsDay 1 AMWelcome & PlanningDay 1 PMWeldingPrint a T-shirtHawila […]

Instructor’s cheat sheet / Remote STEM

Objectives: to get the participants/kids acquainted with programming in a fun and engaging way, possibly rooting the knowledge in the families by having the parents participate. Most of the basics of programming (loops, branching, variables, functions, data structures) can readily be learned from on-line resources. However, some very important notions are hard to come by […]

A sketch of our remote teaching program

Based on our recent experience with on-line teaching, we are currently testing a remote education program. The purpose is to: extend the reach of our award-winning STEM teaching program beyond the walls of the school by making it virtual.allow families who wish to partly home school their children to do so.assist home schooling families with […]

Agile classroom management during the Corona pandemic

Since the beginning of the crisis we have at the school made use of our usual agile approach to structure the teaching. The purpose with the initiative has been to help keeping up a daily rythmsupport that the teachers’ and parents’ efforts get structured, using issue trackingfacilitate that that the teachers can follow up, inspire […]

Arduino Day 2020

This year we will be participating in the Arduino Day on April 25th! [Update 2020-03-12: The event is postponed to June 13th] We are starting at 10:00 and expect to finish at 15:00. Location: The Franco-Danish School, Tagensvej 188. Entry fee: Gratis! The event is open to everyone, but please send a mail to […]


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Launching the Flying Hacker Lab

In conjunction with us winning the Ultimate Arduino Challenge \o/ and thus a study trip to Italy, we participated in Maker Faire Rome 2019. The event is reportedly Europe’s largest innovation event and counts more than 130k visitors over three days.The audience is primarily Italian-speaking, but the exhibitors come from all over the world, from […]