This September, Apple South Asia hosted a leadership camp in Singapore, aimed at educators. They invited tech and educational advisors from international schools to share experiences in the field. Recognising the innovative value of our app Tagtool in an educational setting, they asked OMAi to participate.
Tagtool for educational use
OMAi CEO Josef Dorninger (aka Gnu) has a background as a social worker and youth educator. At this occasion, he talked about the story and underlying vision of Tagtool in a presentation at the Equarius hotel. This was followed by a brief performance and a hands-on session for the audience.
Workshop at UWCSEA Singapore
On the next day, Josef hosted a Tagtool workshop at the United World College. Together with digital literacy coach Noah Katz and cardboard sculptor Bartholomew Ting he created a playground for Tagtool “micro-mappings” on constructions made out of Lego and cardboards.
Creative technology can be a powerful tool and catalyst for education. We are committed to exploring its potential, both in high-profile events such as this one or the neighbourhood social center!