Wonder Learning Boxes

As part of our engagement with the community surrounding our project at the University of Strathclyde, we reached out to the Civil Engineering Department to conduct a ‘hands on lecture’ that would support the students learning and awareness.

We created ‘Wonder Learning Boxes’, which were each filled with a different textile for the students to feel and discuss with their teams to try and work out what the item was and what it could be used for.

This was then followed up by a ‘Reveal’ presentation where we talked through each textile and where/when it would be used on site. This was a simple concept that used recycled materials on our site and re-purposed them into an interactive learning tool.

The feedback was fantastic and we donated the boxes to the University as this is going to part of the curriculum going forward.

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