The situation around Covid-19 makes it clear how important digital tools are for work and private life. In order for students to be able to shape digitization in the future, they should also be able to program. Teachers should integrate this topic into their lessons to prepare children and young people for the digital future. This is why Science on Stage has launched the European Code League. They invite STEM teachers from all over Europe to get creative with their students and present their innovative coding project for STEM lessons in primary and secondary schools. For these projects digital tools such as microcontrollers (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Calliope mini, etc.) and/or different programming environments and languages (Snap!, Scratch, C++, etc.) can be used.
Deadline is 1 December 2020.
PS: Be inspired by the free brochure "Coding in STEM-Education"!