The British Council in Albania is seeking four Coding Club Support Consultants to be engaged on the 21st Century Schools Programme. The consultants will be based in Albania with no specific.
News about the programme
Here you can catch up with the latest information regarding the programme. Also, you will be able to find open calls, tenders and other opportunities regarding the programme.
Congratulations to the school "Marie Kaçulini", Durrës - winner of the first place in the 4th Coding Challenge!
The students of the school Ded Gjo Luli from Shkodra designed 'Komuniteti im' with the help of the micro:bit device.
The British Council in Albania just started with the cycle 5 of trainings for School Leaders and Teachers in critical thinking, problem solving and coding.
Although we are currently still in the sensitive situation regarding Covid-19 pandemic, we have managed to start with trainings for the fourth cycle our programme.
The third Coding Challenge with the micro: bit device was held in Tirana on 16th January 2020.
Education World forum is held from 19 to 22 January in London where 1200 delegates from 112 countries are discussing changes and reforms in the education. British Council has had a pleasure of accompanying representatives of the Ministries of Education from Western Balkan countries.
HMA Duncan Norman visited “Hillary Clinton” school in Kamza today, together with Albanian Minister of Education, Sport and Youth, Besa Shahini, and British Council Director, Angus Bjarnason.
Regional competition was held on 4 April 2019 during the Digital Summit in Belgrade, Serbia.
The British Council is looking for consultants to support the delivery of 21st Century Schools Project.