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Light Up Valentines

Welcome to February Family Make Night! We are very excited to offer you three projects from which to choose this evening. Each project is listed below with the links to the instructions and stations for each are around the room. Have fun! You Light Up My Life Felt Heart with Conductive Thread Light Up Cards […]

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Reverse Mentoring Workshop Series

Digital Harbor Foundation is pleased to offer, in partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools, the Reverse Mentoring Workshop Series. Do you ever feel like report cards are not as simple as they used to be? Would you like help making sense of the test and school data? This six (6) session workshop series will help […]

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February Events at the DHF Tech Center

We are rockin’ and rollin’ in 2014! I missed the January blog post but this past month has been packed with our Anniversary Showcase, showing off to Maryland Delegates in Annapolis, snow cancellations, planning for sumer, and starting our new Spring Programs!  Looking forward, February is a short month but just as full as every […]

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December Family Make Night

Our second Family Make Night was another whopping success!! We had over 80 family members in our space working on LED Snowflakes, 3D printing, and Sumo Wrestling Mini-robots. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake even came to visit!   This project was very personal for me. It combined family making traditions with my new knowledge of circuits and […]

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WebSlam – Philly

Last month (November 2013) Shawn and Stephanie Grimes our Directors of Technology and Curriculum respectively went up to Philadelphia to run a WebSlam in partnership with YouthBuild Charter School. YouthBuild Charter School is a non-profit that helps high school dropout students “earn their diplomas while learning vital job skills and providing valuable community services.” WebSlam is […]

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What are people saying?

The work at DHF focuses on one of the core principals of design – how to think iteratively – how to take what you know and explore the unknown, how to make measured mistakes and learn, how to see the patterns when a process break down and then improve the approach.”

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As a former Baltimore City teacher, I can attest to how important it is for our kids to have a safe after-school environment with enriching and challenging activities that will spark their imaginations and perhaps even inspire a future career. The Digital Harbor Foundation is a wonderful resource for Baltimore City students and communities.”

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jessgartner

DHF has launched a number of incredibly important and innovative programs to help connect teachers, students, and technologists.”

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audreywaters

DHF provides what I think is the most important element in learning – hands on, real world experience and access to professionals who could serve as mentors and future employers.”

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