School owners, teachers, parents and children have the chance to participate in the global movement to learn code. Re:learn is offering schools the opportunity to join in this year’s Hour of Code, which will be observed in over 180 countries. Participants across the world will learn and volunteer to teach beginners to code in a week-long series of sessions, starting from Monday, December 5, 2016.
Re:learn is an open living lab which aims to help schools apply technology to enhance learning. The Hour of Code presents it with an occasion to demystify a key aspect of computer science, and help children, teachers and parents learn the basics of coding within a short period. Activities to mark the Hour of Code will be held simultaneously in centers located in Lagos and Abuja.
Re:learn is inviting school owners, parents, children, and volunteers to join the movement by registering for the Hour of Code. Different sessions will be organized for schools, parents and teachers, and are free to attend.
If you are a school administrator or a parent who would like to have your children learn to code, or an undergraduate or professional who’s passionate about spreading the gospel of code, you can sign up for the Hour of Code with re:learn. Click here to find out more, or contact the organizers by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hour of Code will be observed across the world from December 5 to 11, 2016.