STEP code English

Organized by:

Osnovna škola Strahoninec

Contact email:

Happening at:
Elementary school Strahoninec, Čakovečka ulica 55, Čakovec, Croatia

From Friday 12th of October 2018 at 07:30 to Friday 19th of October 2018 at 18:00


Students will learn about coding and practice computational thinking through unplugged coding activities, coding in Scratch, Minecraft, Ozobot and activities in English classes. The activities will be done within Erasmus+ KA1 project "STEP - Students & Teachers Education Power"

More information:

This event is for:
  • Elementary school students
Main themes:
  • Basic programming concepts
  • Robotics
  • Unplugged activities
  • Playful coding activities
  • Visual/Block programming
  • Augmented reality
  • Motivation and awareness raising
  • code
  • codeweek
  • unplugged
  • scratch
  • ozobot
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