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In 2015, Kids Code Jeunesse (KCJ) piloted teacher training at workshops and conferences to over 500 teachers that provided them with an overview of the importance of computational thinking in education and hands-on experience programming. With the workshops’ proven popularity, KCJ will take the introductory model to expand it to 3 modules to provide richer, more in-depth training for educators that can be taught online and in-person. With this project, Canadian teachers will be provided with free bilingual online training materials, coding projects that weave into the curriculum and guides so trained KCJ instructors can host workshops at Education Conferences and at Professional Development days for school boards and schools.

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