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The Karel Challenge is one of Codelearn's coding competitions

The Karel Challenge is a game / e-sport that tests participants’ speed, strategy and correctness when programming. Its main goal is to spread the importance of programming and computational thinking among children and young people and to do so in a fun and exciting way. Regarding Codelearn students, only those who have finished Chapter 2 of Karel’s adventure can participate, but you can also sign...

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Coronavirus quarantine: elearning and online activities for kids

Schools are closed in many countries and Codelearn has decided to close all its centres temporarily, which means that our students will have to face 100% online training for the first time, since the Codelearn method is based on a blended learning approach. Over the next few weeks Codelearn offers the possibility to keep working from home, which has become an opportunity to try an...

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Homeschooling: learning to code at your own pace following the Codelearn method

For its approach, its view on education and the nature of the method, Codelearn is an after-school program suitable for homeschooling families and can be adapted to all its modalities due to its degree of freedom and the flexibility it offers to each person. The online platform is a really good tool to learn different programming languages in an educational environment far from the traditional...

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A kid willing to learn how to code

Everyday we can notice some small details in our kids showing us that they use a different logic comparing to ours when we were their same age. Nowadays the first instinct of a kid who doesn’t go to school yet is to touch all screens instead of using a small keyboard, as it is what they have seen from the first moment and they think...

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