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The Way Young People Improve Environmental Sustainability - Success Story #012

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We learn from our experience that if there is even the tiniest chance to realize your idea, you cannot miss it. There are so many opportunities in this world for everyone – no matter how old you are or what’s your social status or education level, anyone can get the right competencies to work for their dreams.

A Young Inventor - Success Story #013

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Children’s creativity is endlessly and every child need to feel free to use their imagination – it is the main driving force to create incredible things!  One boy believes the same - Tautvydas Petruškevičius, who remembers himself as a crazy kid, who was addicted to toy building bricks and was creating constructions bigger than himself.

DOIT workshop at MakerDays in Stadt:Bibliothek Salzburg (2018-03-02)

The Makerdays in Salzburg will take place in March under the motto "Analog meets Digital". On March 2, DOIT will hold a workshop on the theme of "(Co-)designing the world". Stop by if you want to create your own world with 360° pictures!In the Stadt:Bibliothek in Salzburg, everyone will get a chance to design his favourite place or his perfect world using 360° pictures.

Three Children and Their Homemade Lemonade - Success Story #008

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What do you do when your parents strictly ban you from having sweet and delicious drinks? Okay, maybe most of you would say it’s not the end of the world. But imagine it’s the summertime, you are playing on the beach and really want something sparkling, sweet and refreshing to quench your thirst. Seems quite hard to resist one of those sodas, right?

Big Ideas For A Better School - Success Story #009

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A lot of children find it hard to fully realize themselves at school. The most common reason for this – schools can not provide enough activities to interest all children. But does it mean that such problems stop every child from creating themselves as individuals? We don’t think so. Why?