On Thursday, January 21st (4:30 p.m.), join Kids Code Jeunesse (KCJ) online in this beginner-friendly 1.5 hour long class to take your coding skills to infinity-and beyond!
Participate in the Mission Zero challenge and send your code to space!
Astro Pi is a European Space Agency Education project with the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Every year, it runs Mission Zero: a non-competitive challenge where students can send some computer code to run on the Raspberry Pis that are currently on the International Space Station (ISS)!
Working in small groups of 8 per session, we will learn how to incorporate basic programming concepts of sequencing and loops.
For kids aged 8-12 - no coding experience required.
FREE, online activity in French.
All you need is a:
- stable connection to the internet
- A laptop or computer. Tablets will NOT work.
- A webcam is recommended, if possible.
- A web browser: we will be using Whereby — no download needed!
You'll receive a link to connect prior to the event.
KCJ is dedicated to support the UN’s Global Goals through #kids2030, their initiative to educate over 1,000,000 kids and 50,000 educators on AI & ethics, and on using technology to achieve the UN’s Global Goals by the year 2030. Learn more here!
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