On a cloudless blue sky day in July, about 20 Hazelwood teens scrambled on slides and jungle gyms in Frick Park and learned from city leaders what it will take to build a trail of playful spaces in their community.
We will always need to know how to make things. How to design. How to solve problems. That means manufacturing is not just learning the lathe. It's learning robotics. Electronics. Physics. Chemistry. Communications. Language arts.
“Well-crafted educational games will be able to capture and engage the minds of students in new ways that will make them an incredibly powerful tool for the teachers of the 21st century," says Jesse Schell, CEO.