Elementary students’ dream machines come to life with help from high schoolers, IU students

Elementary students explore a fabrication of their dream machine that IU students designed Photo courtesy of Montclair Kimberley Academy

How big would you dream, if you knew you couldn’t fail? This is the question that MyMachine Global — an international network of educators and partners launched in Belgium — asks students of all ages.

The first stateside chapter, MyMachine USA, is in its third year encouraging students across the United States to think creatively and develop solutions to challenges they face in everyday life.

MyMachine USA was launched by Indiana University’s Jon Racek, a program director and teaching professor at the IU Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design, and Adam Maltese, professor of science education and the Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Chair in Teacher Education at the School of Education in Bloomington.

Read more about MyMachine at News at IU.