- Webinar: STEM Careers and Skills of the Future - Careers in the Software and IT Sectors 01.06.2018
- Webinar: Get inspired by creativity! 14.06.2018
- Triseum Pilot webinar: Game-based learning in the classroom research: validating Variant: Limits 19.06.2018
- Webinar: Developing the entrepreneurial citizen 21.06.2018
- Game-based learning in the classroom research: validating ARTé: Mecenas™ - a Triseum Pilot webinar
- Game-based learning in the classroom research: validating Variant: Limits™ - a Triseum Pilot webinar
- Revised version of the Future Classroom Toolkit is now published
- Discover learning activities and pedagogical videos in the FCL resource directory
- Policy-maker workshop “Transforming learning spaces in schools”: results now available
Coding Jam winners announced
The international online hackathon "Coding Jam" took place on 20 October supported by the European Coding Initiative and the Future Classroom Lab Ambassadors. Find out here the winners and winning projects!
The aim of the Coding Jam is to raise awareness on the importance of digital skills for a digital citizenship and experiment together how engaging and meaningful is to create digital content and tools, and to become makers rather than just consumers of technology.
This year the Coding Jam revolved around three major themes and the best projects were awarded under the following categories:
Digital Creativity: Design an interactive game or an animation, develop a software or an application, build a robot or compose a song... unleash your creativity!
Responsible Citizenship: Are you concerned about a problem affecting your school or community? How would you help to solve it using technology?
Future of Learning: Innovators drive the change and transform the world we live in. How do you think teaching and learning should look like in the future?
The Coding Jam hackathon was led by European Schoolnet from the Future Classroom Lab in Brussels through live online sessions, while the teams taking part were working on distance at their own school or organisation. Several teams from schools and learning labs across Europe joined the hackathon through the Facebook page and using the hashtag #HandsOnHack.
We would like to thank all the teams that took part in the Coding Jam. The summary of the event and the four most outstanding projects are announced on this web page.
We hope you will join the hackathon (again) next year!