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Bring a smile to your community with a high five!
CEFRIO: Stimulating young minds
Coding with Special Guest Minister Steven Guilbeault
micro:bit Case Studies: KCJ
Code an Earth Day video game with Scratch!
Celebrating Earth Day with code
CCUNESCO: How Canadian organizations are responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
It’s been one month since we went virtual!
CUSEC: Kate Arthur on AI Education
CBC Radio: How to keep kids busy during the pandemic
Discover the virtual activities and resources from Ubisoft's partners.
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Radio-Canada: How Kids Code Jeunesse is continuing to offer quality education online.
micro:bit arcade: Pong
Teaching online? KCJ is ready!
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KCJ at Beauce Numérique
Code Club goes virtual!
Kids Code Jeunesse launches campaign to teach children about algorithms - Radio Canada International
Kate Arthur wins Leadership Excellence Award
The Algorithm Literacy Project launches!
Code Clubs help kids develop an interest in science and technology - Ubisoft
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Morell, P.E.I. youth sending computer coded messages to the International Space Station
Turn your micro:bit into a weather station!
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5 school subjects that can be taught using code (other than math!)
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Kids across Canada are launching their code into space!
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Kids send code to the cosmos from the Halifax Central Library
Watch these students send a message by radio from one end of the school to the other using micro:bits!
Canadian Edtech leaders help kids learn about climate change with coding
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Kelly and Company Podcast: inside KCJ’s Code in the Classroom workshops
KCJ and InkSmith partner to integrate Global Goals and coding into Canadian classrooms
L’Usine Digitale: In Canada, artificial intelligence courses are taught as early as elementary school.
RE•WORK Podcast: Interview with Lucie Luneau, AI Project Manager at KCJ
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Radio-Canada: Interview with Henri Willox, teacher and leader of the first Code Club in Gaspésie.
We’re back from the holidays and so are our Code in the Classroom workshops!
So many teachers and students across Canada took part in Hour of Code 2019!
Did you know your micro:bit can make sounds?
This week was packed with Teacher Trainings all over the country!
Mobile Syrup: Inside the past, present and future of Canada’s rapidly-growing game industry
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Kate Arthur named VISA Entrepreneur / Innovation Leader of the Year
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Radio-Canada: Canada's Video Game Industry Continues to Grow
This teacher recreated our spooky micro:bit project
Playing micro:bit basketball in class
Learn how to play basketball with micro:bits in our latest YouTube tutorial