Christian Tsu-Raun is a teaching artist in MAKESHOP at Children’s Museum Pittsburgh where he focuses on making electronics and engineering accessible to the very youngest makers.  For him, it’s all about finding the entry point that makes sense to a preschooler such as, “if you can count to two, you can hook up a circuit,” or  ”if you are old enough to understand how glue works, you can solder.”  Be sure to catch Christian at the Maker Faire   Education Cafe on Sunday 9/30 10:30-11:00am.  
We are excited to try out Christian’s facilitation strategies for circuitry in our upcoming Family Science Adventures: Kinderchrome.  

Christian Tsu-Raun is a teaching artist in MAKESHOP at Children’s Museum Pittsburgh where he focuses on making electronics and engineering accessible to the very youngest makers.  For him, it’s all about finding the entry point that makes sense to a preschooler such as, “if you can count to two, you can hook up a circuit,” or  ”if you are old enough to understand how glue works, you can solder.”  Be sure to catch Christian at the Maker Faire   Education Cafe on Sunday 9/30 10:30-11:00am.  

We are excited to try out Christian’s facilitation strategies for circuitry in our upcoming Family Science Adventures: Kinderchrome.