As part of our 'Schools of the 21st Century' Program with the British Council program, we are organizing a series of educational dialogues that will help you connect with colleagues from Albania and Kosovo and share your experience.
On June 22, 2020 we will organize a live session on "Family Coding". As educators, we often hear about the importance of coding as a useful and accessible process, through coding programs for our students. However, what we hear less about is the coding process techniques for teaching these skills where students can apply them not only in the classroom but also at home - especially now that schools are forced to give virtual guidance during COVID pandemics. -19.
1. What is critical thinking and why is it important in class
2. What are some of the examples or models we can use to improve critical thinking through digital skills.
3. What are some of the websites or models of the online platform that we can use to perform this process?
4. How can these platforms help us as teachers to improve the critical thinking of our students in coding language.
We will try to answer all these questions in our session. Join us in an interactive conversation and get involved in the discussion by asking questions to our panel.
Moderator Majlinda Mazelliu - National Project Coordinator, 21st Century Schools Project, British Council Kosovo. Majlinda is responsible for managing all implementation steps of the '21st Century Schools' Project in Kosovo.
Msc. Aida Lumshi - is one of the first certified trainers of the British Council in 2017, Director at the 9-year school "Jeronim De Rada" Elbasan, one of the Ambassadors of the Digital Twinning platform in Albania. She has two Master's degrees at the Faculty of Science of Education in the field of Biology, and the field of School Management and Management, trainers in several national and international agencies.
Msc Vjollca Vladi - is one of the first certified trainers of the British Council in 2018, Former Head of Institutions at Tirana Schools.