“I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.” (Albert Einstein).
Like last year, SAP Knowledge and Education organizes numerous coding events at SAP training centers across Europe. We want to show how much fun coding can be – and share our passion. Guided by our trainers, participants can develop their own games or visualizations with the visual, block-based programming language Snap!.
Snap! was developed by SAP in cooperation with the University of California, Berkeley. Users can create all kinds of data structures, higher-level functions, and control structures simply by dragging and dropping blocks.
The entry level is very low, so Snap! is perfect for beginners.
Our motto for this year’s code week is “Climate action” which is one of the Sustainable Development Goals established by the UN. The goal is to educate young people on climate change and create awareness of a sustainable future.
What to expect:
The afternoon will start with a short introduction into coding. Together in groups with a trainer, the kids will then have the opportunity to program their own short games and art and share it with the group.
Who: Kids, aged 12 years and older
Please note: Seats are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. If you have to accompany your child please let us know in advance and send an e-mail.
For more information about Snap! visit: https://snap.berkeley.edu/