Since its first iteration in 2012, Mozilla Hive Toronto Learning Network has emerged as a dynamic force for learning and engagement. A thriving collaboration with more than 60 youth-serving member organizations across the city, Hive Toronto has engaged more than 3,500 youth and educators in connected learning experiences through funded programs and public events.
For youth, Hive Toronto creates opportunities that enable learning through hands-on making and exploration with peers and mentors, and that develop digital and web literacy skills for future success.
For educators, including youth-serving organizations, formal and informal educators, designers, makers, artists and technologists, Hive Toronto offers the opportunity to inspire and be inspired through shared commitment and participation in building innovative and transformative educational experiences for youth.
For partners, technologists and tool-builders, Hive Toronto a distributed learning lab that provides opportunities to mentor young makers and inventors, playtest and provide feedback for new prototypes, and develop new approaches and tools with learning innovators.
We believe in the maker movement and we’re here to help.
From students learning STEM skills to entrepreneurs seeking a place to kickstart their businesses, the Icewire Makerspace aims to provide much-needed education and physical space to the community.
We have a number of classes and workshops for both youth and adults in electronics, arduino, robotics, 3D printing, etc. We are also working with the TDSB to help them at STEM material to their curriculum.
Logics Academy is a co-curricular service provider specializing in Robotics & Aerospace Education. We believe that experiential learning through robotics and aerospace applications is the most impactful way we can engage students in learning the science and math curriculum to develop skills that will help shape our future.
Our lessons provide students with the opportunity to develop learning and innovation skills such as; critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity as they carry out fun and meaningful experiments utilizing aerospace and robotic equipment that they design and build. All of our programs align to the Ministry of Education Curriculum and are delivered by certified science teachers and engineers.
We have many years of experience inspiring thousands of K-12 students in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) education in and out of the classroom.
Our mission is to inspire children to be innovators in the fields of Robotics and Aerospace, by engaging them in exciting experiential based education programs that strengthen science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) skills, promote innovation, and that develop well-rounded individuals.