This interactive workshop offers young people an exciting experience of Computational Thinking - a practical problem-solving method, crucial for the 21st century. Through daily examples, a practical assignment and teamwork, young people build knowledge of and practice the aspects of Computational Thinking, while having fun.
This interactive program builds up on the Computational Thinking workshop by allowing the young innovators create real-world solutions with technology, strengthen their competences of communication, persistence and teamwork. Certificate for achievement is awarded at the end of the program.
Through daily examples and playful tasks, the young participants will gain understanding and practice algorithms - the basic concept needed to create solutions with technology. The session answers the questions: 'what are algorithms', 'why are they important in life' and 'how to build them' in a lightweight and fun manner for youth. The session can be given in English and Dutch (zie de details voor aanmelden)
Ready to freshen own perspectives and make a step to a life of authenticity and creativity in a non-conventional way?
Life examples and energizing experiences will guide you in…
»» reshaping the space and way you work to boost your creativity
»» redefining established rules to align with your identity
»» reimagining yourself in terms of beliefs and behavior to express your authenticity
»» making a conscious choice on your next ‘shake’ experiences at work and in life to keep on innovating - yourself and the world around you.
What is Computational Thinking and why is it important in life and education?
Using daily examples and short assignments, this interactive awareness session takes you on a learning journey about the usefulness and core aspects of Computational Thinking - a logical approach to help solving problems in all areas of life - with and without technology - and a knowledge pillar with a growing role in education. The session can be provided in English and Dutch (zie details voor aanmelden via school).
How do you bring Computational Thinking into education in an effective and fun way, without having a background in computing?