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Christmas Contest

November is coming to an end, which means we can start thinking about Christmas. If you are one of our students you already know that we like to celebrate it with our Christmas Contest, so get ready to show us all your creativity and Christmas spirit. Students can participate by making three different types of content: drawing with Logo, programming a Christmas card with Scratch or filming a Video.

Codelearn recommendations: QualityLand, by Marc-Uwe Kling

Codelearn recommendations: QualityLand, by Marc-Uwe Kling

Are you still surprised when an Instagram ad appears on your phone and offers you exactly what you were thinking of buying? What would you think if drones came at your house and brought you everything you want without having to ask for it? QualityLand has a system that knows us better than ourselves, where each person is assigned a level based on their personal and professional “success”, so that their work, their leisure options and even their personal relationships depend exclusively on the algorithms.

Codelearn students start launching their own projects

Codelearn students start launching their own projects

The Rocket’s dream is the first video game launched by Xavier Giralt, who was the first student enrolling in 2013. Seven years later, Xavier is 15 years old now and he’s still following the Codelearn method, which has helped him developing their video game and starting to build his new website, as he is currently learning Javascript in our online platform.

Introduction to robotics courses

Introduction to robotics courses

Codelearn centers offer short courses on robotics during school holidays. Here’s a description of some of them: Robotics with Lego Mindstorms, Robotics with Arduino and AppInventor, MBots and Edison robots courses…

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