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.
A recent case study on teachers’ perceptions before and after taking the 21st Century Coding Pedagogy online course shows that participants’ confidence levels about teaching coding increased. They felt better equipped to teach coding, although they did not get any additional training on coding content knowledge.
Related to a recent training program with participants from Malaysia and Hungary, I prepared a research study about how attending our course would change the participants’ perceptions and attitudes towards their own role as a coding teacher. Sign up to receive full details.
Our first teacher training program starts this week in South Africa with participants from 4 schools both in the Eastern and Western Cape districts.
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.