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Our Project

Our project aims to facilitate or speed up the learning of coding lessons by using educational games to be organised to promote the comfortable and easy understanding of the students with learning disabilities. To enable the students with learning difficulties to be included in the vocational education and labor market in Czechia, Europe. We contribute to coding lessons in vocational schools and VET training organizations with innovative digitalized gamification tools. We will make coding education more relevant to the VET students’ needs, especially those with learning disabilities.

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Partners

Automotive and Informatics Secondary School

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Van Youth Education Academy Association

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Eu&Pro Center for Education and Practice, s.r.o.

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PROFESIONĀLĀS IZGLĪTĪBAS KOMPETENCES CENTRS "RĪGAS VALSTS TEHNIKUMS"

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Formación Academia Barcelona SL

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Meetings

Kick-off Meeting

Kick-off Meeting

The 1st Transnational Meeting (Kick-off Meeting) of our project was held in Prague, hosted by the coordinating school Střední škola automobilní a informatiky.

Final Meeting

Final Meeting

The Final transnational meeting of our I Code The Future project was successfully held in Prague/Czech Republic, hosted by Eu&Pro Centrum Vzdělávaní a Praxe .

Multiplier Events

Multiplier Events in Czech Republic

Multiplier Events in Czech Republic

Face to Face Multiplier Events in Turkey

Face to Face Multiplier Events in Turkey

Face to Face Multiplier Events in Latvia

Face to Face Multiplier Events in Latvia

Virtual Multiplier Events in Turkey

Virtual Multiplier Events in Turkey

Virtual Multiplier Events in Latvia

Virtual Multiplier Events in Latvia

Co-funded
Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.