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Learn, Build ...Innovate

Learn

Build

Innovate

 TUIT.Tech is currently seeking partnerships in Northwestern Ontario. If your group shares any of the following ideas, I welcome the opportunity to plan and host an event with you.

 

"We are all makers."

https://www.ted.com/talks/dale_dougherty_we_are_makers

 

"The entrepreneurial mind-set is important ...the way that innovation works is one of iteration and building on previous knowledge. I think entrepreneurship provides a wonderful model to get students thinking in that manner."

http://thelearningexchange.ca/videos/maker-space-mindset/

 

"We believe that digital skills are tools of empowerment.

The world is changing, and we want Canada to be ready. We’re here to make sure that all Canadians -- particularly women, girls, people with disabilities, Indigenous youth and newcomers -- have access to the knowledge they need to prosper in our digital world."

https://www.canadalearningcode.ca/

 

"Technology is revolutionizing our world, and she who knows how to code holds the power of change in her hands."

http://www.onwie.ca/programs/go-code-girl/

 

"On International Women's Day, GGC wants you to think big and dream even bigger! This instant meeting is focused on entrepreneurship and celebrating the inspiring women who drive innovation."

http://www.guidingmosaic.ca/WEB/Documents/GGC/programs/Instant-Meeting-IWD-2018.pdf

 

"Mindset is key ... Maker pedagogies promote important principles including inquiry, play, imagination, innovation, critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and personalized learning."

Ministry of Education Document: Meaningful Making:Establishing a Makerspace in Your School or Classroom

Link: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/literacynumeracy/inspire/research/meaningful_making.html

 

How Sponsorship Works at TUIT.Tech

Add your sponsorship to an event and we've got a real innovators' party! 100% of your donation goes towards purchasing Innovation Kits. You may assign those kits to any individuals or groups you like or have them distributed in a “First-Come-First-Serve” application pool.

Your name (or the name of your company and logo) is clearly marked on the “Innovation Kit” as a sponsor.

When your group registers for a workshop, they are automatically entered into the “Learn & Earn” program and receive 40% back in TUIT Dollars (no cash value). TUIT Dollars can be used to pay workshop fees or purchase additional components at the TUIT.Tech store.

Example:

Your sponsorship of one Basic Innovation Kit = $90

40% of $90 = $36 TUIT Dollars

That would pay for Arduino 101 Workshop ($30) and leave $6.00 to spend on extra LEDs ...because you can never have too many LEDs!