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IL DA VINCI A LEZIONE CON BILL GATES

L’assessore all’Istruzione Valeria Dal Lago e il sindaco Alessia Bevilacqua: “Il periodo di isolamento degli studenti sta contribuendo all’evoluzione della formazione. Ora i ragazzi del Liceo Da Vinci di Arzignano avranno la possibilità di partecipare a Code Break, un’aula globale interattiva, in cui ‘insegnerà’, come ospite d’eccezione, anche Bill Gates. Sotto la guida dei loro professori parteciperanno a videoconferenze e a interagire nei campi dell’informatica e delle lingue straniere”

Gli studenti di Arzignano insieme a milioni di loro vostri coetanei sono a casa ormai da mesi e stanno sperimentando la didattica a distanza.

Giornalmente arrivano innovazioni e possibilità di miglioramento e di ampliamento delle nostre conoscenze a livello nazionale e anche internazionale, proprio su questo aspetto vogliamo condividere con voi queste proposte che possono essere utili a livello multidisciplinare, usando l’inglese come lingua veicolare e le scienze informatiche come contenuti.

Una di queste innovazioni, alla quale aderirà L’Istituto Superiore di Istruzione di Arzignano, Leonardo Da Vinci,  è Code Break, un’aula interattiva globale dal vivo, nella quale saranno coinvolti studenti di tutte le età e di tutto il mondo 



Ospite d’eccezione Bill Gates
che aiuterà gli studenti in questo innovativo percorso formativo.

As our next special guest, we’ll welcome the world’s greatest philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates, for a unique experience that connects computer science to current events.
You do NOT want to miss this one!”

Ecco la mail di presentazione:

Hi there, 

One billion students are at home, and schools are struggling to support them. To help parents during this difficult time, we’ve launched Code Break: a global, live-interactive classroom, where the Code.org team and I will teach students of all ages, with and without computers. Code Break offers a weekly dose of education, community, and computer science, and has brought together students from as far as Africa, China, India, and South America.

As our next special guest, we’ll welcome the world’s greatest philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates, for a unique experience that connects computer science to current events. You do NOT want to miss this one!
CodeBreak is about more than education and computer science. It’s about offeringinspiration and community at a time when families are alone. To join our liveclassroom and receive the weekly challenges for students of all ages, visit Code.org/Break.

You can also watch past episodes, withdifferent activities and guests every week:

We’relooking forward to future appearances from “Father of the Internet”, Vint Cerf,actor, producer, and writer, Keegan-Michael Key, and otherworld-renowned guests! Join us to learn more. And to help other families,please spread the word — share this email, or share onTwitter,or on Facebook.  

Computer science engages students, helps themoutperform in school, college, and beyond
In today’s environment, keeping students learning is harder than ever. Computerscience engages students like few other subjects in education, because of itsinteractivity and creativity. Students rank CS their favoritesubjectafter art, music, and dance. 

And recent studiesshow:children who study computer science perform better in other subjects, excel atproblem-solving, and are 17% more likelyto enroll in college.



If you’re ateacher or parent, please encourage students to learn computer science andcoding while school is closed. Check out the Code.orgresources for students at home. And take a weekly Code Break every Wednesday! 

Thank you for the opportunity to teach your children,
HadiPartovi,


Founder, Code.org

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