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  • Hands on Hack 2017 - Coding Jam @ the Future Classroom Lab

    The European Coding Initiative, along with the Future Classroom Lab ambassadors, are organizing the second international online coding jam on 20 October 2017, where teams from schools and learning labs across Europe and beyond will have the chance to build and share their projects.

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  • DIS-CODE SURVEY! Help us design engaging ways to teach and learn STEM subjects with coding


    The DIS-CODE project aims to raise awareness on the importance of digital literacy and, especially coding, as these are key languages to be learned are becoming as important as being literate or numerate.

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  • Hands on Hack winning projects announced

    The All You Need Is Code team, along with the Future Classroom Lab and the European Coding Initiative organized on 20 October 2016 the 1st International Hackathon on Digital Citizenship.

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  • Hands on Hack - Coding Jam @ the Future Classroom Lab

    CODING JAM @ THE FUTURE CLASSROOM LAB AND ONLINE
    20TH OF OCTOBER 2016 - 9:30 AM TO 5:30 PM

    The European Coding Initiative, along with the Future Classroom Lab ambassadors and Learning Labs' network, is organizing an international hackathon on 20th of October, where teams from schools and learning labs across Europe and beyond will have the chance to build and share their projects.

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  • The power of coding to inspire math learning

    For too many teachers and parents, computer coding may be a complex language. However, coding can be a great vehicle for inspiring a greater degree of learning within the study of mathematics and beyond. Find out how.

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  • Understanding the difference between Coding and Computational Thinking

    What is Computational Thinking, and how does it differ from Coding and Computer Science — especially when it comes to classroom practice and instruction? Sheena Vaidyanathan, a computer science teacher, explains everything.

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  • 10,000 young Dutch coders to break Guinness World Record

    Dutch NGO CodeUur gets parents involved as they aim to change the school curriculum and set a Guinness World Record in coding. The mammoth challenge will involve 10,000 primary school children, 500 volunteers and 500 schools – not your average coding class!

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  • Learning to think like a coder to build a better business

    The secret of CEOs who run successful companies is that they know how to think in a precise and analytical way. They think things through from one developmental step to another. In other words, they think like coders.

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  • Refugees are coding their way to new lives in Europe

    New development academies are popping up around the continent teaching refugees how to code as a way to integrate them more rapidly into European society by learning a valuable skill. The positive outcomes of this initiate are already visible with some refugees landing jobs.

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  • Learn to code: applications open for Women in Tech Scholarship

    ThoughtWorks, a global software company, and London-based developer bootcamp Makers Academy are offering six women a free coding course to help bridge the gender gap within the tech industry as well as the wider society. Grab this opportunity!

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