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City X Project: a Teacher’s Perspective

A 5th grade teacher in Illinois, just outside of Chicago, shares his thoughts on having the City X Project design thinking workshop in his classroom.

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Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 by Matthew

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Contest: Become a Permanent Part of the City X Project

We want to hear about the social issues that educators think are the most important for their students to be thinking about. Enter our contest to become a permanent part of the City X Project Toolkit!

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Monday, March 10th, 2014 by Matthew

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3D Printing for Kids: Free Toolkit Coming Soon

3D printing for kids is a powerful and daunting notion, but our toolkit will offer everything an educator needs run the workshop locally for free.

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Tuesday, February 25th, 2014 by Matthew

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3D Printing and Math Common Core Standards: What They Have in Common

With 3D printers becoming increasingly accessible to schools, 3D printing can be a fun and powerful way for teachers to meet math common core standards.

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Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 by Matthew

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A Creativity Workshop that Aligns with Common Core Standards

We’ve partnered with the Pearson Foundation and their Project MASH initiative to align the City X Project to Common Core Standards.

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Friday, January 24th, 2014 by Matthew

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City X Project Year in Review

Take a look back at how far the City X Project went in 2013 with an infographic review, and learn how we impacted over 30,000 people with our design thinking, creativity, and 3D printing workshop.

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Sunday, January 5th, 2014 by Matthew

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Design Thinking with iPads in Glenview, Illinois

For our last workshop of 2013 the City X Project went to greater Chicago to run our Design Thinking workshop in an all iPad school.

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Tuesday, December 17th, 2013 by Matthew

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Favorite Inventions from Budapest

Since our workshop in Alaska we’ve been doing brief roundups of a few of our favorite inventions from workshops, and several folks have asked us to do it again for Budapest. Below are just three of our favorite inventions from the extraordinarily talented kids at Szemere Bertalan school in Budapest. Three other students had their […]

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Monday, November 25th, 2013 by Matthew

City X Project exhibition in Budapest
City X Project Takes on Budapest at Singularity University Summit Europe

After a week in rural Alaska we weren’t sure how we’d adjust to nearly two weeks in bustling Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Of course, the “pearl of the Danube” didn’t disappoint, and we had fantastic experiences both during and outside of our workshops with kids. To bring the City X Project to Budapest, IDEAco, […]

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Thursday, November 21st, 2013 by Matthew

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A Week in Eek, Alaska
We spent a week in the remote, mostly Yup’ik city of Eek, Alaska to test our workshop in a totally new cultural context. How does the perfect City X look to kids in a city of 300 people, with no overland access to major populations? read more

Thursday, October 31st, 2013 by Matthew