From Saturday, October 14, 2017 11:00 AM
to Sunday, October 15, 2017 11:23 PM

Greek Computer Society | Macedonia-Thrace Chapter



Κων/νου Καραμανλή 54, Καλαμαριά 551 34, Ελλάδα

CODE | LEARN | HAVE FUN Celebrating Europe Code Week with a weekend full of code! THESS CODE FESTIVAL will engage and enthuse children and youths with coding and show them the fascinating world of technology!


    Pre-primary education Primary school Secondary school
    Basic programming concepts Web development Mobile app development Software development Data manipulation and visualisation Robotics Hardware Playful coding activities Art and creativity Visual/Block programming Game design Internet of things and wearable computing Augmented reality Artificial intelligence Motivation and awareness raising Promoting diversity
    programming algorithms coding Greece Thessaloniki Code Festival ΠΔΠ Greek National Programming Competition Informatics Olympiads

Nearby upcoming activities:

Can a computer know what we are thinking about?

Mon, May 10, 2021 10:00 AM

Students get in touch with the concept of Artificial Intelligence and understand that they are made by humans. Onlinegame http://www.20q.net/ Students have no previous contact with AI. Litlle students work in couples with the help of the teacher as they do not know reading. The role of the teacher is helpful, reading the words to children to choose and advance the activity.

Coding in space

Mon, Oct 12, 2020 12:00 AM

We will program the robotic mouse Colby and/or bee Beebot to a journey among the planets, through riddles and codes.Due to an eTwinning program we will collect photographs, videos and codes fron all schools participating and we wil create a flip book with coding instructions

Composing a song with Edward Grieg

Thu, Apr 1, 2021 12:00 AM

The main goals are for the student to develop habits for active listening to music, recognition of instruments, tempo and dynamics in music and to be able to independently create programs with Scratch or the robot Mind Designer. We start the activity by listening to compositions by the Norwegian composer Edward Grieg. We dwell on his suite "Peer Gynt" which includes the excerpts "In the Hall of the Mountain King". The instruments and the tempo in the composition can be seen. Later, students have the task to compose their own compositions with the help of Scratch or the robot Mind Designer. They choose the scenes, characters and tones themselves. There should be a different tempo in their composition, to change the tempo in their composition. We will publish all the compositions on our website and promote them on the school website.