- Type of event
- Digital Citizenship
- Language of Event
- Future Classroom Lab
Programming and computational thinking skills are becoming ever more important in our society and working life. Learning to code develops various skills such as problem-solving, logical reasoning and creativity, and can help student motivation in mathematics theory as it encourages them to apply their knowledge.
The course is addressed to secondary school teachers: Computer science teachers who want to get new ideas, tools for teaching their subject and STEM and other teachers who would like to link to computer science concepts and/or apply programming in their subjects. The participants are expected to have intermediate computer skills, but previous programming experience is not necessary.
Dates: 15-19 October 2018All Events