Code Week Teach Day
Publication date: April 26, 2021
New Online Conference for teachers on 22 May 2021
On 22 May, educators, teachers and coding enthusiasts can join a one-day virtual meet-up. The event aims at building further on the success of the EU Code Week 2020 edition by creating palpable and inspiring opportunities to cooperate. It will offer all participants the opportunity to meet teachers and coding enthusiasts, learn from their experiences using coding and computational thinking in classrooms, and take a deeper look at their projects. Register here and spread the word using #CodeWeek #TeachDay!
Are you a primary or secondary school teacher of any subject, a parent, or someone else who is curious to know how coding and computational thinking can engage and motivate students? Then you should join the EU Code Week #TeachDay!
The #TeachDay features panels, thematic workshops and masterclasses, where you can delve deep into the world of coding.
It will also be an extraordinary networking opportunity. You will be able to meet hundreds of colleagues from around the world. But that’s not all. Code Week #TeachDay will also feature an online exhibition of projects and host stands for organisations, such as EU Code Week partners from the non-profit and private sectors.
We are proud to announce that Theirry Breton, European Commissioner for the Internal Market, will be giving the opening keynote speech, and Professor Alessandro Bogliolo, EU Code Week Ambassador coordinator, will be giving a Masterclass on “Humanised Computing”. You can find the agenda here more details on Code Week Teach Day page.
Register now and join one of the most inspiring communities that engaged 3.4 million people in 2020 in Europe and beyond!
Join Code Week Teach Day, on 22 May!
Help us spread the news by tweeting #CodeWeek #TeachDay and following @CodeWeekEU