Online presentations in digital programming (Scratch Programming) MEET AND CODE PROGRAM



1st Presentation


Scratch Dog for safety mind

A young boy Andreas Monoyios (11 yo, his parents are members of our NGO) in cooperation with ACPELIA introduced safe and online media use and tried to find the way to bring different nationality children together. The presentation was done at 2 of October as you can see in the link below.

He focused on SCRATCH programming language and he presented his project to the growing village kids of Pissouri and Pyrgos to change their mind about computer and games. The road to show is a colourful and simple interface, what after presentation young users can easily navigate.

The presentation was a great motivation for 8-12 aged children, and he managed also to introduce safe and online “whereby” media use and find a way to bring different nationality children together. He presented in the school his project to the growing village kids of Pissouri with the aim of how to change their mind about computer and games. The road to show is a colourful and simple interface, what after presentation young users can easily navigate. More information’s in the link: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/408452363

2nd presentation: Code the program with Snake

When: 22 October 2020 at 11.00 am.

How I can see the presentation (login in this link and you can watch the presentation): https://whereby.com/bettina-yoga-hiit-curls?fbclid=IwAR3cGDMP6mugx1WAl7knwxwJCQKifhwaVj2TqFk1NIOT2UPBR_cmrYFrhfo

Children can create their projects: animated and interactive stories, cartoons, computer games, presentations, slide shows, postcards with moving and talking characters. ACPELIA organisation will be always supporting actions that involve young people into intercultural dialogue and Non-Formal Education so our second presentation from Andreas Monogios is going to be this week. The peculiarity of programming in Scratch is that you do not need to write the program in the form of text. Instead, the program is made up of blocks that need to be dragged and joined like Lego blocks. The skills of working with multimedia, promote active, search-based learning, diverse programming, and allow us to better understand how the new technologies that surround us in everyday life work. More information’s about the project can be found in the link https://meet-and-code.org/cy/gr/event-show/5510



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