Projects:Hack in The Class (HITC)

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Located at village Village:hitr2ndb, Village:Family Village, Projects:BinaryVoice
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Learn kids how to hack in a responsible way \o/ We also have sessions, please take a look at the schedule.


Workshops

Hack in the Class: Arduino 1

Subtitle: Arduino for kids, how to start playing with electronics Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested n creating interactive objects or environments. So also for kids! \o/ This workshop will give you an impression what Arduino is, what the hardware platform and extensions does, how you can work with the hardware and interface. Finally we will help all kidsstep by step how we made one (may-be more) of our projects like Blinky (our LED board), the Garduino (for Garden automation) or our Hackerspace automation system.

Age: if you can read a bit English it’s probably fine, or bring your mom/dad/friend who can :-)

Needed: A laptop would be nice with root or possible root exploits ;-)

More details? Check the Self-organized_Sessions

Hack in the Class: How to CTF for kids!

Subtitle: How to play allowed hacking games. In the world of hacking a lot is not allowed because breaking into computer systems is prohibited. (Of course) But it doesn’t stop us from doing “legal allowed” hacking. CTF’s and online Wargames are the way to learn more about computer security and the ways around it. During this workshop you will learn what is allowed and what is not. We well demo what hacking is, explain what a CTF is (and why it is allowd), how you can start yourself and learn!

Age: from 12 years and up

Needed: A laptop with root access

Where: TBD, probably Village:hitr2ndb

More details? Check the Self-organized_Sessions

Hack in the Class: Arduino 2

Subtitle: Arduino for kids, how to start playing with electronics Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested n creating interactive objects or environments. So also for kids! \o/ This workshop will give you an impression what Arduino is, what the hardware platform and extensions does, how you can work with the hardware and interface. Finally we will help all kidsstep by step how we made one (may-be more) of our projects like Blinky (our LED board), the Garduino (for Garden automation) or our Hackerspace automation system.

Age: if you can read a bit English it’s probably fine, or bring your mom/dad/friend who can :-)

Needed: A laptop would be nice with root or possible root exploits ;-)

Where: TBD, probably Village:hitr2ndb

More details? Check the Self-organized_Sessions

Create a better world, teach our kids more hacking skills!

In the past years it became more and more important to teach our kids more skill’s on “Cyber” (I know, cyber cyber cyber). Main reasons are to teach our kids what is oke and what is dangerous on the web. Our regular school system doesn’t teach enough cyber is our opinion. Together with the fact there are a lot of very smart kids in the classroom using their skills in the wrong way sometimes. That’s why we started Hack in The Class (HITC), an initiative by Randomdata (a Hackerspace in Utrecht) and Hack in The Box. HITC it’s main goal is to create content and lessons on these subjects and spread them. Currently we have about 3 “courses” and we want to create more content to be used on schools or by parents. A second goal is we would like to scale up and we need people to help out. This session is to spread those words, to explain what we are, what we want to do and how we ask your help to enlarge this initiative. We also want to ask your help to create more content together and how we can spread the content.

Who?

  1. Nemo
  2. Fish_
  3. You? As a parent!

Where: TBD, probably Village:hitr2ndb

Date: TBD Monday