Can’t make it to a physical workshop? No problem. Designed to make the Africa Code Week journey accessible to everyone, these free MOOCs are available free of charge on the openSAP learning platform in Self-Paced mode (without exams or certificate at the end).
Are you the teacher or parent of children aged between 8 and 11? You would like to teach them basic skills in an interactive and playful way? This online course is for you – even if you’ve never written a line of code in your life! You’ll be truly amazed at how fast you and your children get up to speed with coding skills using Scratch, a playful learning tool designed by the MIT to simplify the face of coding for the young generation.
You’re aged between 12 and 17, you enjoy using software and wonder how you could start creating your own? This online course is for you! And if you’ve never done any programming before – no problem – this is the place to start. All you need is some free time and a bit of curiosity.
Join this free online course and get started with computer science, with thanks to Snap!, a blocks-based open source programming language that helps to make programming fun for everyone. This course is for anyone interesting in learning about computer programming (no matter what age or level) and school teachers with an interest in computer science.
Join this free online course aimed at computer science teachers and workshop organizers who would like to inspire young people to take their first steps with Snap!, a visual, drag-and-drop programming language.
Do you enjoy using apps on your mobile phone, or playing video games? Maybe you’ve wondered how their creators made them? Maybe you even have an idea for creating an app yourself, but have no idea where to start? Especially designed for young people interested in technology but with little or no development experience, this free open online course will help you get started with designing and developing apps and software - as well as developing your own “Design Thinking”.