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Ali Maggs, Liz Rice, and Maggie Philbin, at TeenTech.

Ali Maggs, Liz Rice, and Maggie Philbin, at TeenTech.

Since the Autumn of 2013, we have been working all over the UK, running App Development and Games Development Workshops for TeenTech, alongside Liz Rice from Tank Top TV. We’re excited to continue our work with TeenTech throughout 2016 at the following TeenTech events.

3rd March 2016 – South Yorkshire, Doncaster Racecourse – Coding for Games (Insight Zone)

27th April 2016 – TeenTech Manchester – DIY Inventors Workshop (Innovation Zone)

19th May 2016 – TeenTech Solent, Portsmouth – DIY Inventors Workshop (Innovation Zone)

22nd September 2016 – Innovation Session at the Gravity Fields Festival, Lincolnshire

12th October 2016 – TeenTech Telford – Game Design Workshop (Innovation Zone)

December 2016 – TeenTech City, London – Game Design Workshop (Innovation Zone)

TeenTech runs lively one-day events to help young teenagers see the wide range of career possibilities in Science, Engineering and Technology. TeenTech is an award winning, industry-led initiative, founded in 2008 by Maggie Philbin and Chris Dodson to help the “X Factor” generation understand their true potential and the real opportunities available in the contemporary STEM workplace.

At each TeenTech event, 300 pupils from 30 different schools benefit from hands-on exhibits and challenges run by leading organisations. TeenTech works collaboratively with Education Business Partnerships, companies, Universities and business organisations to create these very special experiences for young people.

Ali Maggs, from Chaos Created, and Liz Rice, from TankTop TV, run the Innovation Zone at these events. We give a presentation about app and games development, sharing our experience, insights, and technical knowledge, and then workshop the pupils’ own app and games ideas, developing their ideas in small groups during the session.

For more information about TeenTech, please visit http://www.teentech.com. For information about our coding workshops for schools, please visit http://code.chaoscreated.com.

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