Technology in our local community of learning
Educators in the community of Hilltown and Stobswell are working together to make technology and engineering activities more inclusive. This is supported by the many talents present in the local community, and by sharing experiences we promote the opportunities available to young people in this field.
The local community is facing many challenges and we wanted our contribution to strengthen solidarity, to promote ethical and equitable technological empowerment for the community, and to be able to witness the community's positive economic transformation.
Today our Community of Learning consists of Frances Wright Nursery, Rosebank Primary School, Our Lady's RC Primary School, Dens Road Primary School, Clepington Primary School, Morgan Academy, Glebelands Primary School, Dundee Central Library and Dundee Makerspace. We involve professional engineers, business leaders, educators and students that contribute to support our social responsiveness as more stakeholders get involved. We are working together to further develop our local knowledge, to create technology resources that respond to our learners needs and interests.
We focus on a transformational leadership. We want to promote empowerment of the local community in a process that is mindful with outcomes that are valuable to the community and that make a difference to underrepresented audiences and underserved groups.
Project's website: https://hilltownstobswell.tech