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Using Alice in class

- webinars are organized in cooperation with the Oracle Academy -

 

 

 

 

 

“Alice in Poland“

which will be held on 

Friday, March 31, 2017at 13:00 (1PM) CET time

 

by Robert Pypkowski from of Middle School of Prince Siemovit IV of Mazovia in Gostynin

 

 

 

You can access the webinar at the address:

https://connect.carnet.hr/fer-alice

(please enter as a "Guest")

 

Recordings of the webinars

 

 

 

 

 

 

The webinar and the discussion following it will try to give answers to a number of questions like:

  • Which problem was attempted to be solved (or which opportunity to seize) by using Alice?
  • Who is the target audience to use Alice?
  • What was the largest obstacle?
  • How did you tackle it?
  • What is the result?
  • What are the next steps?

 

Robert Pypkowski is  the headmaster of Middle School of Prince Siemovit IV of Mazovia in Gostynin and also a teacher of technical and programming classes. His cooperation with Oracle Corporation started in 2008 with educational projects, which were conducted and presented by using the Thinkquest platform. The next stage of the partnership was participating in the Oracle Academy’s trainings in Java programming. In September 2013 Mr Pypkowski created a team of young students from his school named ‘Alice 3 Team’. They meet together every week after their classes and learn programming. Coding lessons also take place during multiple two-day trips to different places in Poland. Students take their laptops and learn Alice, and then they take some rest. The whole group promotes learning programming skills in Alice at conferences taking place in European Code Week. During that time they perform classes for teachers, students and kindergarteners.

 

The  webinar  technology  is  provided  by  Croatian  Academic  and  Research  Network  (CARNet). Technical  support  is  provided  by  our  colleagues  from  the  Faculty  of  Electrical  Engineering  and  Computing  (FER).

 

You  are  cordially  invited  to  join  Robert Pypkowski and  us  on Friday, March 31, 2017at 13:00 (1PM) CET time.

We  are  looking  forward  to  your  participation.

 

 

 

Both Croatian and English instructions on how to enter the webinar are available by downloading the manual:

Croatian language English language

 

 
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