Coding is creative self-expression and so is Artificial Intelligence (AI). In order to make sure our students and children understand AI, we must ensure that our teaching practices focus on children’s own interests and creative ideas.
Code School Finland runs a programming course for Treacher Methodist Girl’s School, a public secondary school in Taiping, Perak, Malaysia. During the 12 lesson course the participating middle school students learn basics of textual programming and practice working life skills in a fun and innovative way.
Code School Finland and Hong Kong based school supplier and educational publisher Classroom are announcing their partnership for serving educational products and services in Hong Kong.
Our first teacher training program starts this week in South Africa with participants from 4 schools both in the Eastern and Western Cape districts.
Enjoy our free Teaching tip for coding a greeting card for the holiday season using Scratch, an intuitive visual programming environment.
Code School Finland and Penang Science Cluster (PSC) start co-operation to run programming courses online for Malaysian students. Code School Finland teachers hold classes online from Finland and PSC students participate from Malaysia. PSC teachers monitor the classes and learn about Code School Finland coding education pedagogy.
This year teachers around the world have needed to adapt to digital learning. While teachers are experts in facilitating learning – and this year, digital learning – they often struggle with making their skills and knowledge development visible.
Code School Finland and GLiN Co. Ltd have entered a partnership to make Code School Finland education accessible to students in Japan.