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PISA 2021 will evaluate students' computational thinking

Mathematical competences will be the main subject assessed in PISA 2021 and for the first time these tests will include questions to assess students’ computational thinking. PISA is a program promoted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) that every three years assesses students who complete compulsory education in participating countries with the aim of knowing the effectiveness of these countries educational systems...

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Coding bootcamps and Codelearn, two different ways to learn programming

Coding bootcamps are intensive courses that last a few weeks and get their students ready to enter the working world and the programming field by acquiring specific knowledge. Each bootcamp has a different duration, some of them are part time and some others are full time studies, there are some courses that are designed to learn programming from scratch and some others require a certain...

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Ada Lovelace was the first computer programmer in history

The gender gap in STEM related fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) persists all over the world and there are some countries where it is really significant. On February 11 we celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day that was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015 to fight for an equal access to STEM careers and to promote...

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Drones are part of the UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), which means that they have no pilot and can be controlled either remotely or autonomously

Throughout the school year, Codelearn spends different weeks working specific technologies. The first special week of this year has been about drones. Last week all Codelearn centres studied the operation of drones, the parts of a drone and the different types of drones that exist nowadays, as well as their different applications. Students were also taught about the current legislation for both recreational and professional...

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Digital nomads are people that use new technologies to work from anywhere.

The Codelearn method can easily be adapted to digital nomads and their families lives, as the online platform allows every student to learn programming, robotics and computational thinking at his own pace, whenever he wants to do it and from anywhere in the world: the only thing he needs is a computer with Internet connexion....

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STEAM education helps developing computational thinking

Everyday there are more and more countries committed to introducing children to science and technology through a new practical and playful learning model that fosters the development of the so-called STEAM skills. While we already talked about STEM fields in the 90s, this idea has evolved over the last years and has added the creative, open and innovative component of Arts, so little by little...

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Arduino is an open-source hardware platform based on a board that allows to create interactive electronic objects

Do you remember our article about the difference between hardware and software? Today we should look back at those terms for a moment so we can start talking about Arduino, an open-source hardware platform based on a board that allows to create interactive electronic objects, such as robots or home automation systems. Therefore, when a Codelearn student says he has just started learning Arduino, it means...

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Codelearn certificates prove our students tech skills

The main goal of boosting Codelearn certificates is to specify which kind of competences have been acquired by students who pass a level exam, that is to say, which programming languages they are capable to use and which kind of technologies they are able to work with. Thus, ideally these certificates of competencies will be useful to compare Codelearn studies to other formal education studies....

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