Coding for the future classroom
Programming and computational thinking skills are becoming ever more important in our society and working life. Learning to code develops various skills such as problem-solving, logical reasoning and creativity, and can help student motivation in mathematical theory as it encourages them to apply their knowledge. Schools are key players in introducing programming to students in an engaging way, and help defuse negative stereotypes around computer science.
Throughout the course, teachers will learn about the importance of programming in today's society and education, learn ways to introduce programming in cross-curricular work, discover and test different programming tools, explore ways to motivate and encourage students, and develop a programming lesson plan for their classrooms. The course is a BEGINNER level course, targeted to teachers who have previously little or no experience of using coding in their teaching.
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The exact course dates will be confirmed 3 months ahead.
Venue: All courses will be held at European Schoolnet's own training venue, the original Future Classroom Lab, a unique and inspiring learning environment in Brussels, which challenges visitors to rethink the role of pedagogy, technology and design in their classrooms.
Target audience: This course is aimed at primary and secondary level teachers. Teacher educators and school leaders are also welcome to join the course. A good level of English is required.
Registration: The places are given on a first-come, first-served basis. The courses will run if there are a minimum of 15 participants in each. Each course will be confirmed 3 months ahead. Email email@example.com to book and confirm your places!
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