As part of our #StayHome with the British Council programme we are organising a webinar that will help you understand why coding is crucial for your children's future. It will also show how your kids can easily start coding using the Make Code platform, free of charge.
After the webinar, we will share with you 13 tutorial videos which will explain in detail how to use all the features of the platform to easily create first coding projects.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Katie Henry is Head of Partner Engagement for North America at Micro:bit Educational Foundation. Katie is a licensed school principal and former classroom and STEAM teacher. You can write to her at Twitter: @KatieHenryDays.
Dragutin Šćekić has more than 20 years of experience as a teacher, teacher trainer and education consultant. Currently, he holds position of a school principal. His main fields of interest are curriculum reforms, key competences, and information technology in education. He was engaged in various educational policy initiatives and projects in Montenegro, Western Balkans region and Europe. He is an master trainer in British Council 21st Century Schools project, where he is particularly engaged in training of school leades.
Addeh Hovassapian is the English and Education Projects Manager in British Council Armenia. Addeh is an experienced ELT expert, NILE-validated trainer, and UK CMI-accredited manager. In the British Council, over the past 6 years, Addeh has been leading on Armenia’s English and Education portfolio including educational projects such Learning Hubs and Coding Skills for state schools, research and development work with HE sector, and policy work with the RA Ministry of Education.