With our Play And Make It! workshops we promote digital skills and contribute to the reduction of the digital gap in children and young people.
These workshops, taught by everis foundation volunteers at an international level, promote computer thinking from an early age and stimulate creativity, teamwork, problem solving and interest in technology.
We want our Play And Make It! workshops to reach any place in the world. That is the aim of this free online course structured in a fun way with experiences, tricks and challenges to make the learning process fun and effective. It is designed so that children can access it directly or so that any trainer, teacher, educator or parent can see it and teach it later in their environment.
There are different activities such as workshops, talks, camps, digital meetings, designed to bring children and young people closer to technology, not only as consumers but also as producers.
Thanks to different technological solutions for educational innovation and to applications and programs such as Scratch, Tinkercad and App Inventor, among others, children create and design their own robots, applications or video games.
Volunteers from everis foundation are trained in their free time to give these workshops to children and young people in partnership with different institutions committed to reducing the digital divide.