Digital Kids – Teaching Computational Thinking in Primary School

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The Digital Kids – Teaching Computational Thinking in Primary School course is focusing on teaching computational thinking in primary schools on attractive, playful and inclusive manner. This course has been inspired by two recent ErasmusPlus projects that involved University of Rijeka: GLAT: Games for Algorithmic Thinking and C4G: Coding for Girls. Some of the topics discussed in this course include computational thinking methodologies, best practices for computational thinking across Europe, designing pedagogical scenarios, gamified teaching and much more.

Upskill your organization

Target group are the school management, teachers, primary education teachers and all other non-teaching experts and staff working in school education.

The course covers a wide range of topics that schools need to consider and tackle when introducing/updating and securing digitalization in their school:

  • Methodology for teaching and assessment of computational thinking in primary school
  • Best practice approaches and practical examples for teaching Computational Thinking in different countries,
  • Responsible and safe use of digital devices in classroom
  • Creating interactive learning resources on Computational Thinking for classroom use and deliver them to students
  • Designing, planning and composing pedagogical scenarios for teaching Computational Thinking
  • Engaging girls in learning coding
  • Gamified teaching of Computational Thinking in primary school

The course methodology aspires creating an output. Working individually or in groups on a concrete product to be used in your own school, such as learning scenario, lesson plan or other learning resource. During lectures and group discussions up-to-date knowledge, concepts, methodologies and examples from different countries are presented.

Earn a certificate

The course participants will get a Certificate of Active Attendance.

The competences acquired will be validated by the course organisers on the Europass mobility.

What makes Euneos the leading course provider in Europe?

Euneos consistently rises to the challenge, empowering our clients with a wide selection of outstanding courses. We're committed to delivering excellence that meets the Quality Standards for courses under Key Action 1 and Rules of application, Annex I - Erasmus Quality Standards, as required by the European Commission.

On-site courses

The Digital Kids – Teaching Computational Thinking in Primary School on-site courses take place in Rijeka, Croatia. The Digital Kids – Teaching Computational Thinking in Primary School are 7 day courses that start on Sunday afternoon and end on Saturday at 13:00 o'clock.

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  • 28 April - 4 May 2024, Rijeka, Croatia
  • 22 - 28 September 2024, Rijeka, Croatia

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Euneos has an international team of trainers who are the most experienced in the field of their expertise. Meet Euneos' trainers for the Digital Kids - Teaching Computational Thinking in Primary School course:

Main organiser / trainer

Mart Laanpere, PhD 

  • Professor at Tallinn University, Estonia
  • Head of the R&D Centre for Educational Technology in Tallinn University 
  • Former mathematics and physics teacher and school principal
  • Member of board of course provider Euneos, Finland 

After working as a mathematics & physics teacher and school principal, he has been involved in teacher education and educational technology research for last 20 years. Mart has been contributing to international research projects focusing on the use of mobile technology and social software in teaching and learning. He is coordinating the training of school teams in the project “Digital Turn towards 1:1 Computing” funded by Samsung (; and expert in school digital innovation and change. 

Euneos choice of venues is based on two essentials: delivering professionalism and assuring personal well-being in order to warrant enjoyable course experience.

Rijeka, Croatia

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