Code powers our digital world. Every website, smartphone app, computer programme, calculator and even microwave relies on code in order to operate. This makes coders the architects and builders of the digital age.
Over the next 10 years it is estimated that there will be 1.4 million jobs in computer sciences and only around 400,000 graduates qualified to do them.
Jobs not directly linked to computer sciences – such as banking, medicine and journalism – will also be affected by the need for at least an understanding of programming and coding.
Who is it for?
Primary and secondary school teachers who would like to learn to code and integrate coding activities in their classroom. Participants should know basic English and basic use of Internet browsers.
- The course is specially developed for the teachers to learn the basics of coding
- Participants will have the chance to learn the basic coding structures and to learn how to write their own codes
- We will practice different unplugged coding activities that can be incorporated in classes of different students age
- Participants will learn about physical programming using the microbit
- Every participant will receive one microbit with batteries
- We will explore how microbit can be used in different subjects and how it can be used for controlling devices
- They will also have the opportunity to reflect on the activities and knowledge gained during the course sessions. They will also discuss different methods of using the introduced tools.
- We will introduce to you with the tools and web sites to help in your further development.
13 – 19 january 2020: Skopje, Macedonia
24 – 30 june 2012: Ohrid, Macedonia
19 – 25 august 2012: Ohrid, Macedonia
750 Euros (course+ accomodation)
Min. 10 participants
Apply for this course by filling this form.
For any questions please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org