Among participants: Chris Burgess – Bett Awards finalist, Cardboard2code educational toys creator


Among participants: Chris Burgess - "Bett Awards" finalist, Cardboard2Code educational toys creator

Preparation for the 2nd "Vilnius Mini Maker Faire" is getting more and more intense, thus, surprises pop up every day: we are happy to announce that Chris Burgess, founder of "CBiS Education" and "Bett Awards 2017" finalist has confirmed his participation in the event. Chris's Cardboard2code cardboard robots, which are at first built and then made to come alive with a BBC micro:bit, are getting compliments from both - teachers and their students. These coding toys are affordable and interactive. They reach hundreds of families, schools, community centres and makers, who want to integrate science and games into educational activities.

Chris will participate as mentor during Micro:hackaton, have a presentation and hold a workshop.




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