‘Technology is at the heart of every innovation’

There is a skill gap that exists in technology education, both with teachers, as well as parents and young children. Teaching children early on how to make the best use of computers, technology and science is the best way to ensure they are equipped for a digital future.

Easy Peasy Coding from Malta makes children think, and use technology as a catalyst to do so. Their programs include after-school and joint parent/child classes, train teachers, and provide schools with classroom-ready resources like student workbooks, as well as guidance on how to link coding to core curriculum subjects.

Klaus Conrad
Klaus Conrad at the semi-finals of Ideas from Europe 2017, Tallinn, Estonia

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On April 24, Easy Peasy Coding will be attending the finals of Ideas from Europe in The Hague. Go to our website for more information and to follow the live stream!

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