WeGoSTEM information for volunteers

With the WeGoSTEM project, thousands of pupils from the 5th and 6th grade discover their talent for science and technology. We challenge them to build and program a creative art robot that can draw independently. In this educational workshop, a lot of STEM skills are discussed, from technology to computational thinking. WeGoSTEM is possible thanks

WeGoSTEM – Belgium & Greece

With the WeGoSTEM project thousands of pupils from the 5th and 6th grade discover their talent for science and technology. We challenge them to build and program a creative art robot that can draw independently. In this didactic workshop a lot of STEM skills are discussed, from technology to computational thinking. WeGoSTEM is possible thanks

MyRobotics – Malaysia

In 2016, the Malaysian education department introduced computer science into the programs of primary and secondary education. Similar to other countries, teachers need information on how to implement the required topics of the program. Therefore we introduced the MyRobotics project. Our Goal With the MyRobotics project we want to establish a novel sustainable robot-building community

Udavi (உதவி) – Chennai, India

Starting from January 2015, Dwengo in partnership with Bhumi of India has launched UDAVI (உயர்வு தரும் விஞ்ஞானம் : Upliftment through Science), an initiative to establish a sustainable robot-building community for disadvantaged children in Chennai, India. The aims of UDAVI are to stimulate creativity, critical thinking and problem solving abilities for under-privileged children thereby also motivating

CErrobotics – Salta, Argentina

In Salta, Argentina, due to low budget and geographical situation scholars have rarely access to the newest technology. The current curricula is not strong in science and if present, is taught from a purely theoretical perspective, generating ill-prepared students for a higher education in science or engineering. By giving access to students and their teachers