It has been a productive and exciting 15 months, and although the grant is ending, this project has wings!
The May workshop held at the Rajmala school was designed as a continuation of the three-day workshop held in January 2016. The teams were given an opportunity to complete their projects that they started in January and make a presentation to their teams, along with a few of the school’s staff members, including the Principal.
Kunal Jain, the TripleC tech lead, describes what we've built—both from the hardware and software end. This has been a big development project (not done yet), that has been challenging but a lot of fun.
In January 2016, a day-long workshop with 3rd graders was held at Bagong Tanyag Elementary School - Main in Taguig, Fourth District of National Capital Region, Philippines. The City of Taguig is located in the south-eastern portion of Metro Manila in the Philippines.
We’ve been busy. Lots of activity underway, ranging from continued technical development and testing of our teaching platform, to running workshops in NY, New Delhi, Manila, and Beijing. We’ll end with a brief commentary on some of the reaction the project received from the recent UC Irvine presentations/discussions.
The 3-day workshop was designed as a more intensive session with SonicPi for the teams that participated in the 3-day workshop in May. This time, we also planned to introduce the networked platform developed in-house to start building awareness of the intricacies involved with working with online persona and content sharing.