Lees meer en schrijf je in voor de cursus van januari 2019. (40 plaatsen beschikbaar) Deadline: 28 december 2018. Information in English. Stichting NewTechKids biedt een selecte groep schoolleiders de gelegenheid om in januari 2019 een GRATIS managementcursus te volgen (de reguliere prijs is 3500 euro exclusief 21% btw per cursist). De cursus genaamd 'Planning Digital Technology Education in Primary School' is erop gericht om schoolleiders in het primaire onderwijs de kennis en managementvaardigheden bij

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Read more and register for the January 2019 course. Application deadline: December 28, 2018. 40 spots available. Informatie in het Nederlands. Stichting NewTechKids is inviting school leaders from across the Netherlands to apply for a spot in our January 2019 course called 'Planning Digital Technology Education in Primary School'. The course is designed for primary school leaders who want to develop a broad vision for digital technology education and to cultivate the management skills required to

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It's a wrap! For the last two weeks, Stichting NewTechKids' teaching team has been celebrating EU Code Week 2018 by teaching programming-related lessons to primary school students in Amsterdam Southeast, a predominantly low-income area. Since Fall 2016, Stichting NewTechKids has been teaching programs in this area which focus on teaching students ages four to 12 computer science, computational thinking and the ability to evaluate and assess technology. During our EU Code Week 2018 Road Show,

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We're Partnering with Flow Traders and PPOZO to organize 'Rising Technologist' Roadshow During EU Code Week 2018 (October 6 - 21), Stichting NewTechKids will organize the 'Rising Technologists Road Show' in Amsterdam Southeast, supported by Flow Traders and Primair Onderwijs Zuidoost PPOZO. Although the community is considered disadvantaged, we describe the children there as 'Rising Technologists' because they can become future technologists if they receive computer science education. Read our report on these kids here. Under

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"What happens at bol.com when you click the 'buy' button and before the package arrives at your house?" Silence. Blank stares. Shrugs. This is how we began the 'Intro to Programming' classes we taught as part of our 2017 EU Code Week Road Show for Rising Technologists in Amsterdam Southeast, a predominantly immigrant and low-income community. We refer to students there as ‘Rising Technologists’ because we believe that with opportunity and access to computer science education, they

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Tomorrow, EU Code Week 2017 kicks off! From October 7-22, organisations across Europe will be organising activities which bring coding and digital literacy to children and adults. Stichting NewTechKids has partnered with Projectenbureau Primair Onderwijs Zuidoost (PPOZO) to organize an 'EU Code Week 2017 Rising Technologists Road Show' at four primary schools in Amsterdam Southeast, a predominantly low-income, minority community. Our Road Show will run from October 9-20. We describe primary school students in Amsterdam Southeast

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Stichting NewTechKids is pleased to announce that Google has awarded us with a grant to organize computer science and coding activities in Amsterdam Southeast during this year's EU Code Week (October 7-22, 2017). Specifically, we will organize a 'Rising Technologists Coding Road Show' in Amsterdam Southeast, a predominantly low-income, minority community. Rising Technologists is the term we use to describe kids in these communities who have the potential to become future technologists if they receive

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Stichting NewTechKids has begun teaching its second round of 21st Century Skills Clubs in Amsterdam Southeast. From May - July 2017, we'll be teaching two, after-school Clubs focused on computer science and technological literacy to children ages 10-12. Children will participate in free, ‘Introduction to Computer Science’ programs at two local schools, Morgenster and the Blauwe Lijn, which have a large number of students from low income, minority communities. The program at Morgenster School is 50% girls

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On Monday, Stichting NewTechKids (NewTechKids Foundation) will launch the first of its Google RISE-supported, after-school computer science education programs in Amsterdam Southeast. The RISE Awards support and connect not-for-profit organizations around the world which promote computer science (CS) to primary and secondary school students, with a focus on girls, minorities who are historically underrepresented in the field, and youth from low-income communities. Stichting NewTechKids is using the Award to develop and launch a series of

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Stichting NewTechKids is pleased to announce that it is one of 28 organizations in 16 countries which has received a 2016 Google RISE Award. The announcement comes  during Computer Science Education Week 2016 (December 5 - 11), an annual program which inspires K-12 students around the world to take interest in computer science. The RISE Awards support and connect not-for-profit organizations around the world which promote computer science (CS) to primary and secondary school students, with a

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