As part of the "21st Century Schools" program, we are organizing a coding competition on micro:bit devices for elementary students aged 10-15.
A month ago, schools across Vojvodina were tasked with working with their students to develop ideas that would respond to the Sustainable Development Goals and to explore solutions to the problems they face in their daily lives. The purpose of the competition is to engage children from all over the country and to inspire young people to solve problems in their schools and communities through the programming of physical devices.
Our 2019 Coding Challenge was held in two stages. First, schools submitted their projects online, and after reviewing the numerous projects, the top 20 were selected and invited to present their projects to a professional jury. The winners of the country-level coding competition will be selected on this occasion, who will then have the opportunity to participate in the regional coding competition.
The programming contest is organized in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Progress of the Republic of Serbia.