How to keep kids productively occupied during COVID-19 lockdown. As the world copes with the COVID-19 pandemic, we have compiled a list of online resources and recommendations to help keep your children engaged.
Isn’t it time our teens and children learn how to code? Code is everywhere. It’s powering our smart homes, our smart cities and our smartphones. According to a study by le Figaro, European teens are spending up to one-fifth of their time during the week on media!
Do you feel out of date? Want to be more in tune with what your kids are learning? Join us on Friday 7 February to discover and demystify computer code, the essence of the digital age. Bring your own PC or Mac if you want to participate in the hands on portion, and enjoy our interactive workshop, while networking with other parents.
Ces vacances d’Octobre, inscrivez-vous à nos ateliers! De nos jours, où nous sommes entourés de technologie au quotidien, pouvons-nous accepter de ne pas nous intéresser au monde informatique? “Certainement pas!”, déclare le comité de la diversité de Nexthink.
On Digital Day 2019, over 150 participants explore computer code with TechSpark Academy in Zurich and Lausanne! Participants were introduced to a variety of topics from Game Design with Scratch (Juniors) to Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence (Teens and Adults).
12 Digital Camps, 163 Motivated Students, 25+ Inspiring Instructors! Technology and innovation is transforming the world we live in. It is a vital part of our future, yet traditional education is still failing to equip students with the necessary tools navigate our evolving digital environment.
Throughout their school lives, girls tend to excel across all subject areas yet when it comes to pursuing a job in computer sciences, they end up being greatly outnumbered by their male counterparts at university.
TechSpark Academy team are excited to introduce Malti Redeker as our 2019 Coding for Girls Ambassador. Stay tuned for Malti's inspiring blog posts and contributions focused on encouraging more girls to…
TechSpark Academy Giving is the non-profit arm of TechSpark Academy. We strive to promote digital literacy and make digital education accessible to all kids and teens, irrespective of background or education.
Brillantmont International School in Lausanne has taken the leap and introduced coding and robotics classes to their 8th and 9th Grade curricula. Since September, students have been building and programming…