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Aalto University Junior Technology Club for 5th-6th graders in November

In the technology club, students will learn about programming, code games and build devices that can be programmed with electronic components. The first session will be held on 1 November and the registration is open. The primary language of instruction is Finnish.
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We are surrounded by a huge amount of technology that is based on programming, but what can you do by programming?

In the Aalto Junior Technology Club, the children will learn about programming, code games and build devices that can be programmed with electronic components. The programming starts from the basics, so no previous programming experience is needed. However, there is also a challenge for those who are already familiar with some programming.

Target group: Comprehensive school grades 5-6
Time: Tue 17:30-19:00, 1.11.-29.11.2022 (5 times in total)
Place: Aalto University Junior Lab, Kemistintie 1B
Price: 50 €

Read more and register on the Aalto Junior website. The information is in Finnish.

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