Welcome to Inventors4Change

Inventors4Change wants to provide children with tools, techniques and knowledge that let them invent the changes they want to see in the world. It consists of a network of schools and organizations which use Technologies for Creative Learning and Digital Media tools to foster Invention-Based Collaborative Learning among children from different countries. The project is particularly focused on children from underserved communities and children's inventions are inspired by Sustainable Development challenges.


Sharing our results at the upcoming Scratch Conference 2014 at MIT Media Lab


We are happy to announce that we will be in Cambridge next August presenting our project at the Scratch@MIT Conference 2014, a playful gathering of educators, researchers, developers, and other members of the worldwide Scratch community.

We will give an ignite talk presenting the results of our pilot project and explaining how we will open the initiative to other schools and organizations. 

Wondering what is the Scratch@MIT Conference? Take a look at this overview from the Scratch@MIT 2010 conference:

Scratch@MIT 2010: Conference Highlights from Karen Brennan on Vimeo.


Pilot project is over. But that's not the end of the story :)

After some busy weeks of virtual exchanges and collaborative inventions, we are glad to announce that the pilot project has finished. We have so many things to share with you, and we will do it during next weeks.

Today we want to share one of the already finished Scratch projects. In this case it's a story about children's rights made by a group of children from India, with the help of children from Catalonia. 

If you can not see the project try it here.