The innovation studio lab model
The innovation studio lab model
Borrowing from the architectural studio model and research on the creative learning process, the studio innovation lab is a learning methodology in which a young person develops his or her ideas with guidance and coaching from a library of experts in the field.
Every studio innovation lab is built around a real-world theme (e.g. climate change, migration) and focuses on a set of skills the learner can deploy for the future (e.g. visual design and coding).
Youths come together to develop their ideas, build prototypes and pitch their projects. In the process, they learn to innovate at the intersection of design and technology, and develop a digital portfolio of skills for the future.
At BOLD@Work, we:
IMAGINE: Explore our interests and discover our passions
CREATE: Bring vision to reality through making and trial and error
SHARE: Grow with a community of like-minded peers and coaches
REFLECT: Present our ideas and thought process; learn through feedback and iteration
Tony Wagner, Innovation Education Fellow at the Technology & Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard, interviewed a wide range of young innovators at the top of their fields, to uncover their journey to becoming the people they are. The common thread: Play, Passion and Purpose.
Taking a leaf from this approach, our programmes are designed to take you from play, passion to purpose. Begin your journey today!
Play is not just all fun and laughter, but a spirit of experimentation and discovery. Not sure where your passion lies? Start somewhere, try something!
Come for one of our "Learn By Making" workshops: Get your hands moving and your mind churning!
Want to explore some of the fields and build some skills?
Sign up for our foundational skills workshops or get trained in the habits of mind and discipline of a specific domain through one of our career studios.
Practice your skills in real-world projects through apprenticeships with our studio masters.
Watch the space for our upcoming making series!
Join artist and illustrator Dominic Foong in an art jamming session. He will guide you through making your own art on canvas and show you the possibilities in arts and the visual world.
Be inspired by stories of how these individuals forged their own roads to success in alternative careers.
Every last Friday of the month, we invite one special BOLD speaker to shed light on the things we all wish we had known in school.
Every last Friday of the month, 7-9PM
Hewlett Foundation defines a set of competencies for deeper learning, necessary for one to thrive and succeed in the world of the 21st century.
Compelling Communication: Showing Up as the Best of Myself
Whether writing college entrance essays, showing up in from of an interview panel or doing a presentation, these are occasions that call for us to show up with the best of what we can offer.
Learn to uncover the power of your own story and use it to increase your and impact.
Creative Collaboration: Leading With Influence
No problem worth solving can be solved by one person's effort alone.
Develop your presence whether as a team player or as a leader by understanding how to deploy your speech and through understanding how to work with self and others.
Critical Thinking: Problem Solving
Gain insight into new sources of creativity through developing your ability to look closely, explore complexity and look for new opportunities.
Learn to translate insights into actionable items to create a change in the real world.
A coaching workshop series based on Design Your Life by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans (#1 New York Times Best Seller), combined with Gallup Strengthsfinder.
Every other Wed 7-9PM (Starting 2 August 2017)
Every other Sat 3-5PM (Starting 29 July 2017)