At DOIT’s project meeting we had also a visit of 14-year-old Sacha from 7th grade at the Billund School.
Within the first week of March 2018, the project team of the European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework published – with a contribution of DOIT!
We were all looking forward to our second project meeting, followed by two-day long practice partner days of DOIT:
We are happy to announce another publication of DOIT within the Austrian IT journal “OCG Journal” (therefore the text is in German, …):
At Friday, 2018-03-03, DOIT supported the regular maker days event for kids from 8 to 12 years in Salzburg’s library (Austria). The first day stood under the motto “co-design your world”. Children draw and developed 360 degree worlds and had a look on it through their own-built cardboard VR googles.
Children’s creativity is endlessly and every child need to feel free to use their imagination – it is the main driving force to create incredible things! One boy believes the same – Tautvydas Petruškevičius, who remembers himself as a crazy kid, who was addicted to toy building bricks and was creating constructions bigger than himself. Later on this childish creativity led to successful solutions, which made Tautvydas to become a social innovator. So if you still don’t believe in the power of creativity, this story is just for you.
Children’s empathy is a strong weapon against the biggest worldwide problems. Children have this power because from a child point of view there is always a simple solution to every problem, no matter what. But in order to solve any of this, you should do only one thing – start your actions: you can’t just sit around and hope you can finish it, you actually have to go out and do it. It could be said that this moto was leading Rachel Wheeler, 9, through her journey to improve living conditions of people in Haiti. What this little young girl have accomplished to make people‘s lives better is truly amazing.