Category Archive: News

Coding Pirates launch event at Microsoft

Finally we held the big launch event for the club Coding Pirates. Coding Pirates is about being it-creative, execute your ideas, learn to code and have fun. I embraced a chance to team… Continue reading

9 Crowdfunded Gadgets for Christimas

Christmas is on the doorstep and you haven’t bought the presents for your geeky nephew and nerdy brother…what to do?! Here’s a little help. Just like last christmas, ill bring you some gadget… Continue reading

LEGO 55 years old. Enjoy the 55 LEGO Riddles

LEGO is 55 years old! January 28.th. 1958, the plastic brick was patented. Now the brick sells 19 billion elements in a year. It continues to be my favorite construction toy, no wonder… Continue reading

Reflections on “Learning Creative Learning” – free online course from MIT Media Lab and P2PU

MIT Media Lab and P2PU is hostsing a free MOOC called Learning Creative Learning. P2PU is short for Peer to Peer University. It’s an… …open education project that organizes learning outside of institutional walls… Continue reading

Scratch 2.0 Beta – My first impressions

The Scratch 2.0 BETA is out now! I’ve been waiting long for this update on my favorite visual programming language, I’m very exited so I feel like sharing my first impressions with you.… Continue reading

control LEGO robots with your smartphone – LEGO Mindstorm EV3 announced!

Almost 14 years after the release of the first generation of LEGO Mindstorms, third generation of LEGO Mindstorms named EV3 was announced this year at CES, Las Vegas. The biggest change: Implementing the best from… Continue reading

Goldie Blox: A construction kit designed for girls

Do you know any female engineers or coders? I only know a handful. Only 11% of engineers are women! Maybe that’s because the profession doesn’t appeal to the female stereotype? For some reason,… Continue reading

Modern School Interior

New learning theories make their way into designing school interior and architecture. Howard Gardner and Rita Dunn has already changed the school of tomorrow, today. Malou Juelskjaer, phd. at Aarhus University, Denmark, believes… Continue reading