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Scientagious offers a broad based collection of programs that integrate science, technology, arts and crafts
- Technology programs showcases the Raspberry Pi, Arduino and other single board computer system in various computer genres designed to teach computer literacy, coding or computer applications
- Science programs incorporates make-space activities and exploratory science teaching methods to build upon cause/effect relationships, pure observation skill building and the simply joy of science discovery
- Arts & craft programs offer a break from science/technology ie kiting making, sketch art practice, computer arts genres
Ken brought Raspberry Pi equipment to the library and led a program for 4th and 5th graders. He is knowledgeable and excited about technology and he was able to work with our more enthusiastic kids with a smile! Set up went smoothly and Ken adapted to our space without a problem. We are planning to invite him back for programs aimed at kids and adults this fall.
Our library has been working with Ken Morris for almost one year.
He has become our go-to guy for STEM related programs. We have hired him for both tween and adult Raspberry Pi sessions. Ken is patient and connects with learners of all ages. He has also taught Electronic Wearables and Rocket Science for tweens. Ken is creative and always expanding his skill set. He is on top of STEM programming trends. We feel very lucky to have his talent available to us.
Kenneth was a good sport and did a Raspberry Pi program for my library for Pi Day (3/14) and even went me one better and suggested we run it at 3:14 p.m. which we did! I loved that spirit he had going in and he did a great job for my library. He was great with the kids: patient, engaging, and extremely low-maintenance as a performer. He brought in all of his own equipment, and set up everything himself really quickly and efficiently. Our Pi workshop ended up being a group of mostly girls, which was fantastic, and they all had a great time. I will definitely be bringing him back again.