By chatting with our new friends at Communautique, we became fully aware of the potential of our project. We were told that without having a functional workshop, we are already working in Living Lab (it seems that every time we think we are starting to understand this new world, something new reminds us that in fact, we don't know anything!).
After the holidays, we went out with the family. Communautique, which manages the first Fab Lab in Canada, invited us to come and see its facilities. For the occasion, we chartered a school bus and headed to downtown Montreal, to the premises of the École de technologie supérieure (ETS), where the Communautique lodge.
On January 21, the official launch of the activities of the Center for Animation, Development and Educational Research for the 21st Century (CADRE 21) took place in its premises located in the Ahuntsic district of Montreal.
A little after the previous article, I want to clarify the educational scope that our digital manufacturing workshop will take. I remind you that we want to offer a space for creation and collaboration for students so that they can move from the abstract to the concrete to consolidate their learning while remaining active in their own school process.