Using their Chromebooks, students were given a new Logitech Pen and worked in teams. Logitech wanted to see the use of its new stylus pen in action in a school setting. The challenge helped to create the conditions for students to make the most out of the pens.
For six weeks, students researched, developed and designed ideas for a unique mouse, considering the shape, materials and, most notably, the end-user. At the end of the project, students presented and showcased their innovative mice to a panel of senior representatives from Logitech.
“The project helped to give the students a new set of digital skills and showed them a new way to work collaboratively."
You can see the students in action here:
Michael Kolawole, Head of Computer Science at Ark Globe, said, "Technology is enriching for students to use in the classroom, and it extends the range of tasks they can complete. It also allows teachers to give feedback on students' work in real-time – and it supports the environment by minimising our use of paper. The project helped to give the students a new set of digital skills and showed them a new way to work collaboratively."