Learning programming skills do not provide our students just with important subject knowledge but more importantly with transversal skills that are or will be important to them in a whole range of areas of life.
Learning to code helps us all think creatively, work collaboratively, reason systematically and solve problems, express ourselves fluently with new technology and become makers instead of just consumers. “Introducing coding in your classroom” aims at introducing tools and approaches to teach coding to students in an engaging way, as well as help defuse negative stereotypes around it.
During the webinar, educators will be introduced to open programming tools to move their first steps into coding and explore technology from within.
Sign up for the webinar here. All registered participants will receive an email with instructions on how to join the webinar session.