Naír Carrera - course coordinator
Naír Carrera has been working as an educational expert and external consultant in European projects for the last several years, focusing on digital and innovative education, e-Learning, and teachers´ training. She joined European Schoolnet in 2015, where she works as Education and engagement Manager of the European Commission´s initiative EU Code Week, where she also contributes to the project strategic planning, monitoring, content creation, and community engagement. Before joining European Schoolnet, Naír worked as a teacher in international schools and universities of Spain, England and France, and joined the eTwinning National Support Service (NSS) at the National Institute for Educational Technologies and Teacher Training (INTEF) in the Ministry of Education in Spain, where she is also an online tutor. You can follow her and get in touch here: https://twitter.com/Na_carrera
Tommaso Dalla Vecchia - course moderator
At European Schoolnet since 2012, he has been working on lots of different awareness-raising, education and training projects, especially in the area of digital skills and coding. Currently, he proudly supports the scale-up of EU Code Week, and contribute to the growing of the Future Classroom Lab community, gathering hundreds of schools, ministries representatives and edtech companies. You can follow him and get in touch here: https://twitter.com/tommaso_eun
Konstantinos Andronikidis - course moderator
Konstantinos is working at European Schoolnet as part of the Development & Advocacy Team. His main work includes supporting the project proposal writing processes, the coordination of EUN’s Future Classroom Lab stakeholders’ community, and the coordination of projects such as EU Code Week and IMPACT EdTech.
Anna Kostetska - course moderator
Anna works at European Schoolnet contributes to the different aspects and activities related to the European Commission´s initiative EU Code Week through the creation of training activities for teachers, selection of curation materials for students, policy research on digital learning, as well as community engagement. You can follow her and get in touch here: https://twitter.com/KostetskaAnna
Disclaimer & Copyright
This course is a rerun of the EU Code Week Icebreaker MOOC that ran in European Schoolnet Academy in 2019. The course has been created and coordinated by Naír Carrera, supported by the Code Week Team at European Schoolnet, and with contribution of Alessandro Bogliolo from the University of Urbino. The course is part of the EU Code Week campaign, supported by the European Commission.
The creation and running of this course have been supported by the European Commission, but it is sole responsibility of the organizers. The European Commission (EC) is not responsible for any use that might be made of the information contained.
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