For all the schools that participated in the fourth cycle of training as part of the 21st Century Schools’programme, we are organizing the Coding Challenge 2021.
The Coding Challenge is open from April 26 and will close on May 24, 2021.
The COVID-19 crisis continued to cause education disruptions and teachers faced many changes and challenges, whether they practiced online or combined teaching. Although the temporary suspension continued to have substantial effects for all schools, for teachers and students, we are very proud of all the schools that were part of the trainings in these difficult times and those which will participate in this Challenge.
In accordance with government preventive measures and because we want all children and teachers to be safe and healthy, the Coding Challenge will be organized in online format.
The goal of our Challenge is to engage children from all over the country and inspire young people to solve everyday problems in their schools and communities through physical equipment programming. The Coding Challenge will use the micro: bit device to help children to design a project in response to the Sustainable Development Goals and to explore solutions to the problems they face in their daily lives. The challenge is organized in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth of the Republic of Albania, and funded by the Government of the United Kingdom.
To apply, simply follow our instructions at the bottom of this page and take a look at the stages of the Coding Challenge.
Before you start the application process, you should first express your interest through the Survey available here. You will then be sent a link to your personalized online file where you can upload your application with all the required documents.