Father Manel and the digital learning

Father Manel and the digital learning, with Nexica Econocom.

La Father Manel Foundation and the tech innovation lab SokoTech, with the support of Barcelona City Council and Nexica Econocom, are devoloping the MESH (Maker Education Social Hack), a digital learning program for trainers of young people in Nou Barris quarter (Barcelona). 

It is planned that, in the process of developing its pilot phase, a group of about 400 girls and boys will be doing digital learning. The program incorporates 9 knowledge capsules, developed by 10 experts, references in Maker education and social inclusion: Efraín Foglia, Margarita Padilla, David Cuartielles, Martínezscar Martínez Ciuró, Alex Hache, Pamela Lustig, Núria Alonso, Belén Fernández and the artistic duo Lolo and Sosaku.
 
SokoTech is a center that has implemented numerous inclusive and motivational learning experiences based on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics). 
Nexica Econocom has made possible the acquisition of all the machinery used in these workshops.
 
In the photo, Father Manel and the Sales and Marketing Director of Nexica Econocom, Marc Granados, together with the students, trainers and team of Nexica and the Father Manel Foundation, this month at Punt Òmnia Casal Cívic Barcelona - Verdum.