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.
A robotics training program for schools in Eastern Finland aims to train and support teachers in multidisciplinary project implementations with Lego EV3 equipment.
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 […]
Pathway to 21st Century Skills Development: SEAC and Code School Finland join forces to prepare Thailand’s students for tomorrow’s jobs.
Mr. Ito and his teacher team at the Ritsumeikan Moriyama Junior and Senior High School in Tokyo, Japan, use CSF teaching materials to teach secondary school students about automation and robotics.
We are working in South Africa to prepare children for a future where we don’t even know what careers still exist. We aim to instill an attitude for life-long learning with pedagogial approach that supports the development of the 4Cs – creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication.
Code School Finland to provide coding, robotics and AI learning modules for the first Finnish Experience Flagship School in Malaysia, the UCSI International School (UIS) Kuala Lumpur.