CodeWeek 2017

  Enjoy Coding @7o Γυμνάσιο Αθηνών http://events.codeweek.eu/view/147426/enjoy-coding-7o/ Ευρωπαϊκή Εβδομάδα Προγραμματισμού 2017 Δραστηριότητες στην τάξη: Μαθητές/τριες B, Γ΄ Γυμνασίου: Παρουσίαση για την Ευρωπαϊκή Εβδομάδα Προγραμματισμού Lightbot : Επίλυση προβλήματος, Διαδικασίες, Blockly: Δημιουργία, σχεδίαση και παρουσίαση παιχνιδιού στο Starwars Angrybirds : Επίλυση προβλήματος, Blockly: Δημιουργία παιχνιδιού στο Flappy bird Εκδήλωση για Μαθητές/τριες 7ου Γυμνασίου και 7ου ΓΕΛ Αθηνών … Continue reading CodeWeek 2017

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Projects and Presentation

Combining Python and BBC Micro:bit Coding Club members prepared 4 interdisciplinary projects. Each team had one member as a mentor who organized programming, presentations, scripts, recording and posters. All students participated in the final event presentation that took place in 4th of May, 2017  organized by DDE A' Athinas. Project Titles: Tree age (calculations), ISS … Continue reading Projects and Presentation

Py4hs Program

The introductory programme in Python was successfully completed   in collaboration with the program <py4hs> supported by Google GS4HS and organized by the University of Crete. See more at http://www.music.tuc.gr/projects/py4hs/ Teachers: Pola (Stavroula) Misthou-ICT teacher, Vasso Servou-ICT teacher and John Argyriou-upon ICT degree student, all members of the WG17 team of PY4HS. In Py4HS participated: 30 … Continue reading Py4hs Program

Our visit to National Hellenic Research Foundation

When we all registered ourselves for a visit at the National Hellenic Research Foundation we knew it would be an extraordinary experience-we could easily imagine it. Since then, many weeks passed and the moment arrived that GreekCodersK12 crossed the threshold of NHRF, students so different in their education level but always a tightly knit team. The … Continue reading Our visit to National Hellenic Research Foundation

Conversation & interaction

Our second lesson started with the 1st greeting in programming languages: print(“Hello World!”)  And then computer wanted to talk to student, but didn't know the name of the student. So, giving the suitable command student informed  that the name is name = "Athina" Then student wrote a new command    print("Γειά σου", name) and computer displayed the  message … Continue reading Conversation & interaction