Code Kids documents a grass roots movement led by a handful of citizens in New Brunswick, Canada as they try to inspire students, educators, policy-makers and the general public to embrace technology in primary and middle schools. Best practices are shared from Estonia and Finland that would eventually lead to a shift in how kids are taught and inspired in New Brunswick. To support the feature documentary in this movement, this channel also includes conversations with some of the thought leaders in Estonia and Finland who have helped create a successful tech-based economy.
Code Kids visited Finland during the making of the documentary to learn more about how their educational system culture incorporates
Why did we go all the way to Estonia? Because it was like Maritimes in important ways. It’s roughly the
There’s no shortage of interesting information and discussion happening about getting kids coding. Check out these links to dive even
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Learning to code is all the rage these days, but not in one place that matters a lot: schools.Students already
While we were thrilled to take inspiration for New Brunswick from Estonia, Finland, and elsewhere, we also found plenty of
Thanks to the many partners, volunteers and supporters for helping make this movement and documentary possible. Without you, and the