This project strives to inspire students to apply digital creativity in their daily lives and nurture their proactive use of technologies for social good from a young age. The project aims to prepare students for a fast-changing digital future through a hands-on, minds-on, and joyful learning experience. An independent evaluation has found that students participated in the first pilot phase of the project grew twice as much in problem-solving skills when compared with non-participating students. Following the successful implementation of the four-year pilot, the second phase of the project is launched in 2020, with the aim of mainstreaming computational thinking education.
|Effective start/end date||01/08/20 → 31/07/24|
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