Designing Inclusive Education with STEAM & Social Impact!

Analogue to Digital is a programme with a variety of projects.

‘Re-designing’ new way of Education, by

  • Exploring Innovative and Inclusive processes
  • Encouraging Critical Thinking
  • Linking Creative and Digital Play
  • Using a variety of Methods and Applications
  • Nurturing Creativity and Building Confidence
  • Developing Digital Skills
  • Digital / Mental Health Awareness

‘Future Proofing’ Children, Youth, Educators and the wider Community. Preparing for the Digital Transformation.

Digital Inclusion and Inclusive of youth/children with physical and intellectual disabilities and vulnerable Youth.

Connecting to the extended Community of Public, Private partners. With a strong link and awareness on Inclusion, Mental Health and Well-being.

The programme and projects, aim to link to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s):

  • SDG 3   – Good Health and Well-Being
  • SDG 4   – Quality Education
  • SDG 8   – Decent Work and Economic Growth
  • SDG 9   – Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
  • SDG 10 – Reduced Inequalities

Please take a look at our video film. This is the first film from our successful Inclusive Pilot ‘STEAM’ Workshop. This workshop took place on October 26th 2017 at Munpunt, Brussels, Belgium. We hope you enjoy it!

Please reach out, we’d love to hear from you!


“I heard also from my Advisor Tanguy De Lestré, as he visited the first Analogue to Digital, Pilot STEAM workshop held at Munpunt, in Brussels. There was a real nice traction in the event. You managed the flow indeed between the analogue workshop session in morning, and the digital session in the afternoon. Mixing children with and without disabilities was also a key factor of the event.” 

Bianca DebaetsBrussels Region State Secretary

“The Analogue to Digital, Inclusive STEAM workshop validates the direction we wish to go in. It was a small Pilot, that creates a big impact. I give it a thumbs up and wish all success to the future of this project.”

Guray Turkistan, Director of Unescoschool Koekelberg

“It was a fantastic workshop! It’s amazing to see how imaginative the children and how much fun they have when they have the freedom to create..”

Wouter Janssens, ICT Responsible of Unescoschool, Koekelberg

We all found it a really good workshop and the Children really enjoyed it!

Emma Dedobbeleer, Teacher, Kasterlinden - Special Needs School

“It was super fun what we all did during the day!” 

“It was of one of he best days out I have ever had at School!”

“I loved the whole day, it was super fun!”

Participating Children


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This Article first featured in Linkedin, written by Rozina Spinnoy. Featuring the video on YouTube (click for subtitles):  A joint initiative between Belgium Design Council (E3 Lab) and BIDs Belgium, started over one and half years ago. A personal story, that is very close to my heart. A story, that is one of the roads, on my professional […]