Before attending the camp my experience in coding was limited and I never thought of learning more about it. Well, that was before I heard about this camp. I have always been interested in languages and different cultures so meeting students my age from another country seemed interesting. That was the first reason why I […]
Coding and digital creation in schools: will CoCo replace Scratch?
The launch of CoCo, a communities-centric co-creation platform, opens up new possibilities for teaching coding in schools.
Reminder: get off the piggy train to teach skills for the future
To keep school education relevant and motivating for students, learning goals should be connected to real life. When it comes to teaching coding, we see too many “piggy trains” where a student just plays a game and follows instructions.
ChatGPT raises concerns in education: How to address the topic?
ChatGPT is a hot topic in education right now. Some teachers worry that students might use it to cheat on their tests. There are also concerns that tools like ChatGPT could make traditional education unnecessary. In this blog post, we argue that ChatGPT is not a way to avoid learning. It actually makes learning all […]
Teachease enables schools to teach digital skills
Teachease is a service that helps schools teach digital skills. It was developed together with Finnish teachers.
Google and Code School Finland bring coding to 15000 students in Europe
The teacher training programme that provides school teachers with skills and tools to teach coding and robotics is expanding to Belgium and Ireland in January 2023.
Teachease is among 100 most impactful education innovations in a post-COVID world
Our subscription service for schools Teachease has been selected as one of the leading education innovations in the HundrEd Global Collection.
Teacher, does coding haunt you? You’re not alone.
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?