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Spring 2022 Issue: A guide for developing computer programming and robotics skills at school 

Robot bees on the ground, programming competitions to solve problems, algorithm debates, class-scale simulation of Perseverance on Mars, designing a solar lamp... More and more schools are integrating computer programming into their learning activities. But beyond the novelty and the source of motivation that computer programming offers to students, how do you successfully introduce it as a learning activity?
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Practical information, resources, and inspiring ideas for getting started or going further

STONEHAM-ET-TEWKESBURY, April 5, 2022 – Robot bees on the ground, programming competitions to solve problems, algorithm debates, class-scale simulation of Perseverance on Mars, designing a solar lamp… More and more schools are integrating computer programming into their learning activities. But beyond the novelty and the source of motivation that computer programming offers to students, how do you successfully introduce it as a learning activity?

In today’s ultra-connected world, learning the basics of computer programming is becoming increasingly necessary. Understanding how machines work now helps better understand the world. Introduced in many countries, programming allows students to develop their digital skills, particularly in terms of computational thinking. Furthermore, it contributes to the development of many other human skills like problem-solving, collaboration, content production, innovation, and creativity.

As a teacher, how do you confidently embrace this new world? In this issue, our team offers a wealth of practical information, resources, and inspiring ideas for getting started or going further. It has been designed as a support and inspirational tool. How far will you go?

“Just as you don’t necessarily learn to write to become a writer,
you don’t learn to code to become a developer!” 

EngagED Learning magazine was launched in September of 2021. It is the English edition of the well known Canadian French École branchée magazine. 

Now available for subscribers or to buy online here, in print or digital format.

ABOUT THE PUBLISHER – L’ÉCOLE BRANCHÉE

L’École branchée is a Quebec-based non-profit media organization whose mission is to accompany school actors in the development of their professional expertise in the digital age in order to promote educational success. Since 1996, its main fields of action and information are focused on professional development and digital competence. For more information, visit ecolebranchee.com/english or contact us! 

Press copies available upon request. 

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