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TechSmart Academy

We are a San Francisco Bay Area based provider of summer coding camps, afterschool enrichment programs and programming workshops to children of all ages. We use a fun, engaging and unique methodology that appeals to children and makes them yearn for learning. Our offerings include and are not limited to game programming, app development, web design, and understanding of algorithms and program logic.


Evergreen Education Foundation

The Evergreen Education Foundation is a US based non-profit organization with a strategic focus on improving education for children and young adults in rural China; promoting information literacy via school and community libraries; and serving as a bridge between China and the world in joint efforts to better the rural education.  Learn More>>


ITIE 2016 International Conference & Workshops

ITIE (Information Technology in Education) International Conference, held bi-annually since 2004, is aimed at the communication of ideas, methodologies, and practical experiences of library development, including promoting information literacy, cultural programs and educational innovations. ITIE2016 will provide a platform for library professionals, students, educators, researchers and practitioners from both within China and abroad, to explore, discover and share their best practices in the design, creation, operation and the continual reinvention of Makerspaces in the libraries. Learn More >>


Maker Media – Maker Camp

The Make Camp is a movement put forth by the Make Media that produces the Makers Faire, publishes the Make: magazine, and organizer of the Maker Camp. As the Make: Magazine puts it “Maker Camp is where you need to spend your summer. It is for anyone who is interested in DIY, making, creating, crafting, hacking, tinkering, and learning, especially kids.”  Learn More >>


Challenge School

Challenge School is committed to educating the whole person. They strive to unite the best element of the Eastern and Western traditions and practices, the growth of the individual’s inquiring mind as well as cultivate a sense of personal responsibility and social welfare of all. Their curriculum is designed to be developmentally appropriate for each age level, rooted in bilingual education in multicultural environments. Learn More >>


Imagination Foundation – Global Cardboard Challenge

Launched from the overwhelming global response to the short film, “Caine’s Arcade,” the Imagination Foundation was founded to find, foster and fund creativity and entrepreneurship in children around the world to raise a new generation of innovators and problem solvers who have the tools they need to build the world they imagine. Envisioning a world in which creativity is a core social value and a critical skill developed in every child; where the innate passion, curiosity and creativity of children is nurtured in schools, homes and communities everywhere; where all children are taught to be creative thinkers and doers, and encouraged to make their very best ideas happen in the world. Learn More >>