Friday Night Bytes

Friday 25 October, 5.30pm-7.30pm
This is a workshop for parents to join their daughters in developing their Design Thinking skills through the use of technology. Parent-daughter teams will engage in a challenge involving coding, motors and sensors to achieve a goal. This event will suit students whether they have any experience of coding or not. Design Thinking is a process that has broad application in innovation and design that is extensively used in business. A Pizza dinner will be provided, cost is $10 (to cover for catering) per parent-daughter combination.

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Friday Night Bytes will be held in Featherstone Hall, 34 Scott Street, Canterbury.

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