Malta Jnr Lego League
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Malta Jnr LEGO® League is a STEM education program designed for young children (8 to 11 years). Teams made up of to 6 members will be guided by an adult mentor to explore and research a real-world problems related to the theme ‘Our Environment’. They are challenged to design and develop a solution which includes a model using LEGO® Education WeDo.

Target audience
children, parents, educators and other stakeholders
 
Directorate for Digital Literacy & Transversal Skills
Keith Aquilina
keith.aquilina@ilearn.edu.mt
25982805
 
MFCC
Ta Qali
Malta
 
Family Coding in the Library
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The Directorate for Digital Literacy & Transversal Skills seeks to promote Computational Thinking in children and young people. These competences enable them to think in a different way, to express themselves through a variety of media, to solve real-world problems and analyse everyday issues with a different perspective.
This scholastic year, the Directorate has once again delivered Family Coding sessions in which adults discover ways in which they can support their child's learning as children and adults engage in fun coding activities.

Parents who want to help out as event volunteers are welcome. Parents and kids with technical experience, are encouraged to register as Code Coaches.

Target audience
Parents and their children
 
Directorate for Digital Literacy & Transversal Skills within the Ministry for Education & Employment
Keith Aquilina
keith.aquilina@ilearn.edu.mt
25982196
 
Central Public Library
Triq Vincenzo Dimech
Floriana
Malta
 
Family Coding at St Margerita College
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The Directorate for Digital Literacy & Transversal Skills seeks to promote Computational Thinking in children and young people. These competences enable them to think in a different way, to express themselves through a variety of media, to solve real-world problems and analyse everyday issues with a different perspective.
This scholastic year, the Directorate has once again delivered Family Coding sessions in which adults discover ways in which they can support their child's learning as children and adults engage in fun coding activities. These sessions were held in schools forming part of St Margerita College

Parents who want to help out as event volunteers are welcome. Parents and kids with technical experience, are encouraged to register as Code Coaches.

Target audience
Parents and their children
 
Directorate for Digital Literacy & Transversal Skills within the Ministry for Education & Employment
Keith Aquilina
keith.aquilina@ilearn.edu.mt
25982196
 
St Margaret College, Office of the Principal
Fortini Il - Kwartier
Birgu
Malta
 
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