Code School Finland and GLiN Co. Ltd have entered a partnership to make Code School Finland education accessible to students in Japan.
The Finnish education system is known for teaching kids to code already in primary school. We often get asked what other countries could learn from the Finnish approach on coding education. Here are our top picks.
Phenomenon-based learning – integrating multiple school subjects in learning activities – is often named as one of the core working methods for coding education. The idea fits coding perfectly as coding is not learnt for the sake of learning but for tackling real life issues through programming and technology. The phenomenon-based approach (PhenoBL) builds strong […]
Finally! There are so many online coding courses, but as a teacher that’s not what I need. I need a pedagogical angle to coding. This course helped me to understand how to plan and structure my coding teaching. — middle school teacher, Finland This online course proceeds at participant’s own pace and takes ~25 hours […]
The year of 2020 has seen a massive increase of online teaching around the world. At the same time, the role of online pedagogy is as essential as ever. As teachers have come to notice, top-notch teaching practices are needed to truly engage students who are taking part of education through their computers. At the […]
The Covid-19 pandemia has forced schools to partly move to remote teaching, but despite the special circumstances the schools in Japan are rolling out the new 2020 curriculum as planned. One of the major updates in the curriculum is related to computer programming. Coding will be taught starting in elementary school. It’s a major step […]
A month ago I posted out a survey for Malaysian STEM, math teachers and principals of they stand on how AI and coding is – or should be – taught in Malaysian schools. I conducted the survey on behalf of Code School Finland.
Our AI Curriculum, launched in China in early 2020 and spreading across the Nordic countries, has been independently evaluated by Education Alliance Finland.