EU Code Week kick-off

From Thursday, October 8, 2020 5:00 PM
to Thursday, October 8, 2020 6:30 PM

European Commission

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The Code Week 2020 virtual kick-off will take place on 8 October at 17.00. The event will be streamed on EU Code Week’s Facebook Live, Instagram TV and YouTube Live channels. Speakers include European Commissioner Breton and Gabriel; Mitch Resnick, Creator of Scratch and Professor of Learning Research at the MIT Media Lab; Linda Liukas, author and illustrator of Hello Ruby; Dipty Chander, President of E-MMA French non-profit organisation that promotes gender diversity in tech; and Alessandro Bogliolo, Professor of Computer Systems at the University of Urbino. The Code Week team will also showcase new website features, resources and inform the audience about the #CodeWeekDance activities and challenge as well as the new virtual #CodeWeekTreasureHunt. Moreover, we will connect with schools and students from all over Europe who will be sharing their coding stories and exchanging ideas with the guest speakers. Follow our live stream on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/CodeWeekEU or on Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2623761004602631/

    Elementary school students High school students Graduate students Post graduate students Employed adults Unemployed adults Teachers
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    kick-off

Nearby upcoming activities:

Let's compose my musical masterpiece in... Scratch

Mon, Sep 21, 2020 9:30 AM

Students are asked to create their own piece of music using their skills in coding in Scratch. Those who find the assignment too challenging can reproduce a piece already composed by a great composer (as I did :-) ). Not only their creativity is being developed but also their musical skills. Here is my example: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/422420657

Let's code and dance with EV3

Mon, Nov 9, 2020 8:30 AM

Students work individually or in pairs to program their EV3 mindstorm Lego Robot to dance. They may create a dance for one or for two robots. Beginners can use mainly the movement blocks and some facial expressions and sounds while more advanced students can include some sensors as well. After students create their dance, they find suitable music for it. Although the task is based on EV3 mindstorm programming, it develops students' creativity and gives a lot of options for differentiation.

CODE WEEK 2020 with TTI

Sat, Oct 10, 2020 10:00 AM

Linux, processing and programming. 10.10.2020 & 7.11.2020 & 21.11.2020 & 5.12.2020