DESIGNATHON: The global problem of water management

BITS & KIDS

Workshop

Come to discover Design Thinking techniques and apply them to achieve sustainable water management.

Students have many things to say about the development of society and we must listen to them and let them make proposals.

In this workshop students will discover what the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are. Specifically, they will delve into the 6th objective which refers to sustainable water management. This is a topic that must be taken into account seriously due to the climatic conditions of the area where we live. In order to talk about it we will reflect on the different problems related to water worldwide and try to imagine possible solutions by Design Thinking techniques.

Age Range

Under 10, 10–12,

Theme

Arts, Design & Makers

Topics

Biology, Design, Environment,

Show times

All registered school groups with a school group access code are able to request spaces for groups of 5 of their students. Simply select the session you wish to attend to begin the reservation process. Reservations open at 9am on Monday, 12 February. Learn more.

Thursday
Start time End time Location Reserve
10:00 11:00 Workshop Zone 2
13:30 14:30 Workshop Zone 2
Friday
Start time End time Location Reserve
10:00 11:00 Workshop Zone 2
13:30 14:30 Workshop Zone 2