At the ALL DIGITAL summit in Bologna two young efacilitators who took part in the Coding for Incl
The final event for the Codinc project will take place this week in Bologna.
Last August 23, 24 and 25 took place the annual meeting of
The CODINC Project aims to teach coding to young
We are happy to launch the #CodincEU coding for inclusion competition!
During the weekend 29-30 June 2019, the Cyprus Computer Society organized the Robotex Cyprus Comp
On 5th July 2019 two of our sexondary school trainers Leonidas Leonida and Katerina Sheyttani tra
After their + 10-hour training the pupils got their official coding-certification.
After evaluating with the students at the end of the project, they told me that
After the succesful training of the secondary students in february and march, i
Following the success of the secondary school students training in Cyprus which took during Febru
As a trainer i was so lucky to have such a young enthousiastic team of teachers in one of the pri
This last session was divided in two big par
This session was started with a rehearsel about what the students allready lear
The second session started with a fruitful energizer in the early morning.
The first session of the codinc-project was an immediate succes in the secondar
The students of the Ethnomartyras Kyprianos secondary school in Nicosia, Cyprus have successfully
The 4th workshop for the "Coding for inclusion" project in Cyprus included activities for the par
On Sunday 24 February, another session took place for the secondary school students of the Ethnom
Another successful meeting under the Erasmus + Codinc for Inclusion project for the Cyprus worksh
The piloting in Cyprus started on Sunday 10 February 2019 at the Ethnomartyras Kyprianos Lyceum.
On September 27 and 28, 2018 the Research Promotion Foundation (RPF) organised the “Researcher’s
The 21st Century Competence Center (21CCC) develops educational
The #CodincEU – Coding for Inclusion a Erasmus + KA3project – encompasses a peer-to-p
The annual Scientix conference took place in Brussels, and “
Do you really believe that coding is as aseptic as it could seem?