Coding has become an area of curriculum that haunts many teachers. The anxiety of how to teach students something that you know nothing (or very little) about is a huge barrier. How do you know that you’re doing the right thing?
Students from the HELP International School (HIS) in Malaysia learn leadership and accountability with Python programming.
The two most popular visual block coding environments are Code.org and Scratch. Have you ever wondered which is better for you?
Digital skills education by Code School Finland available in Spanish within Knotion learning ecosystem for Mexico and other countries.
Teaching digital skills demands that both the physical as well as the cultural school environment supports teaching digital skills. This article discusses few key principles every school should consider when planning to teach digital skills.
Digital skills education in schools has been around for a number of years already. This article will help you to reflect on where you are and what more you might want to try out in regards to the digital skills education in your school.
During 2022 we are again running multiple publicly funded teacher training programs for creative coding in Finland.
Saaga Travel and Code School Finland launch new joint products: Coding and robotics camps for international youth and teacher groups in Oulu, Northern Finland Saaga Travel and Code School Finland are joining forces to offer coding and robotics camps for international youth and teacher groups in Oulu. “The target group of the youth coding camp […]