Paper Engineering for Ages 10-14 FREE TRIAL
Learn how to make a simple collapsible room using a template in 30 minutes! Explore how you can use simple mathematical concepts to create your own rooms with paper!
We had a fabulous class on 15 July 2020.
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Geometry at it’s best!
Students will learn the basic concepts that go into making pop up structures and paper models. Templates will be mailed to the participants the day before the demo class.
This is a live, interactive class.
To be scheduled!
You will be sent a password protected google meet link after you sign up. Class size is restricted to 8.
Follow up classes:
If you enjoy this class, you can join detailed classes with more advanced concepts and projects
Examples of other paper engineering projects:
- Thick cardstock
- Stationery (Pens, Pencils, Erasers, Ruler )
- Paper Cutter (Amazon link to purchase this)
- Any stationery required to decorate (colour pencils, crayons, sketch pens etc.)
Mathura Govindarajan is a creative technologist and educator from Bangalore. She completed her Masters and Fellowship from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, and her Bachelors in Electronics Engg.from NITK Surathkal. She has been teaching creative technology in various maker spaces and colleges for the past 4 years. She is the co-founder of Paper Crane Lab, an education space that focuses on learning STEM through Art and Design.
Dhanvini Gudi is an electronics engineer from Bangalore who works in microelectronic device manufacturing. She has a masters in microelectronics from University of Alberta, Canada and a Bachelors in Electrical Engg. from NITK Surathkal. She has been working in teaching STEM to kids in Canada and India since 2018. One of her favorite past-times is to figure out how to make interesting mechanisms using just cardboard.
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