The Summer Institute is back!

Aug 16 - 18: KCJ Summer Institute offers keynote speakers, workshops, and webinars supporting digital literacy in the K-12 classroom allowing educators to connect with peers from across Canada for 3 days of learning.


The best of KCJ, straight to your inbox. Here's what we've been up to this month.
Le meilleur de KCJ, directement dans votre boîte de réception. Voici les projets qui nous ont occupés ce mois-ci.

Sign up for Code in the Classroom

This school year, over 300 teachers have already booked Code in the Classroom workshops. You can be next! Thanks to CanCode funding, these workshops are completely free. With the help of a KCJ instructor, you and your students can build skills in coding, computational thinking, and artificial intelligence.

Inscrivez-vous à un atelier Coder en classe

Depuis la rentrée, plus de 300 enseignant(e)s se sont inscrit(e)s à nos ateliers Coder en classe. Vous pourriez être le/la prochain(e) à en profiter! Grâce au financement de CodeCan, ces ateliers sont complètement gratuits. Avec le soutien d’un instructeur KCJ, vous et vos élèves apprendrez les rudiments de la programmation, de la pensée computationnelle et de l’intelligence artificielle.
REGISTER   S’inscrire

Start a Code Club in your Community

We're looking for volunteers and venues to host Code Clubs all across Canada. No coding experience required; we'll provide all of the support and resources you need. Want more info? Attend our How to Start a Code Club webinar on November 19th.

Lancez un Code Club dans votre communauté

Nous sommes à la recherche de bénévoles et de sites pour accueillir des Code Club partout au Canada. Aucune expérience en programmation n’est requise; nous vous offrirons tout le soutien et toutes les ressources nécessaires. Vous souhaitez obtenir plus d’infos? Participez à notre webinaire Comment démarrer un Code Club le 21 novembre.
Get involved   S’impliquer

How to play basketball with micro:bits

In our latest tutorial, we show you how to program your micro:bit to pass an LED basketball from one micro:bit to another.

Watch the video

Blogue: Lorsque les STIM et l’art se rencontrent

Le STIAM: un A bien mérité

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Katalis Goes to Haiti

In August, a team of Concordia students spent a week in Bayonnais, Haiti where they taught a group of local kids about science, engineering, and, of course, coding. KCJ is proud to have been able to donate education materials which students in Haiti will be able to keep using to explore their love of STEM.

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Attend an event - Participez à un événement

NOV 19: Webinar - How to Start a Code Club 
NOV 20: Teacher Training (Red Deer, AB)
NOV 21: Webinaire - Comment démarrer un Code Club
NOV 22: Teacher Training: Vancouver Island Technology for Learning Summit (Victoria, BC)
NOV 26: Teacher Training (Rocky Mountain House, AB)
NOV 30: Teacher Training (Lethbridge, AB)

Contests of the month - Concours du mois

DO YOUR :BIT: Use micro:bits to find solutions for the Global Goals. Enter.

JUNIOR ASTRONAUTS: Students have a chance to win a class visit from an astronaut or a week of training at the Canadian Space Agency. Enter.
DO YOUR :BIT: Utilisez un micro:bit pour trouver des solutions aux objectifs mondiauxParticiper.

ASTRONAUTES JUNIORS: Les élèves courent la chance de recevoir la visite d’un astronaute ou de participer à un camp de formation pendant une semaine à l’Agence spatiale canadienne. Participer.
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