Let's Code with eTwinning

More than one week

Course details

Projects, passion, peers, and play. In short, we believe the best way to cultivate creativity is to support people working on projects based on their passions, in collaboration with peers, and in a playful spirit. Mitchel Resnick explains how coding, collaboration and creativity are strictly connected to improve social and personal skills and form aware citizens.

The course offers resources and reflections to understand why coding and computational thinking are important and how to introduce them in the classroom, as they are relevant to our students’ lives and their comprehension of the world around them. While learning to code, you become familiar with the EU Codeweek Campaign and the opportunity to be part of a great community that will inspire you to create or take part in collaborative coding projects with eTwinning.

The course will start on 3 October and conclude on 19 October 2022. The estimated workload is 3-5 hours per week.

Duration and workload

Start date: Monday 3 October 2022
End date: Wednesday 19 October 2022

Duration: 2 weeks and 2 days
Workload: 3-5 hours per week, 8-10 hours in total

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Target audience

eTwinning teachers of all levels and subjects who are interested in exploring coding activities and develop collaborative coding eTwinning projects. 

Learning objectives

  • To understand the concept of coding and computational thinking
  • To realize why coding and computational thinking are important for students of all ages
  • To become familiar and participate in the EU CodeWeek initiative and the opportunities it offers
  • To explore and share collaborative coding eTwinning project ideas.

Offered by

This content is offered by the European Commission. The European Commission is the European Union's politically independent executive arm. It is alone responsible for drawing up proposals for new European legislation, and it implements the decisions of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union.

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  1. How This Course Works
  2. Module 1: Warm Up
  3. Module 2: Coding Activities
  4. Module 3: Deepening
  5. Module 4: Assessment