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Hour-of-Code-Code-Camp

Free student coding activity for global Hour of Code

Coding education provider, Code Camp, has launched a new coding activity, where young students can build their own computer game, as part of the upcoming Hour of Code, a global movement that aims to introduce computer science to over 100 million children worldwide.

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45% of Australian teenagers consider a career in technology

A new report reveals 45 per cent of Australian teenagers surveyed would consider a career in technology, citing that technology is generally moving in a positive direction and will play an even greater role in their lives in the future, however perceived barriers still exist.

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littleBIGidea winners heading to NASA

Students who came up with the ideas of a Hero Helmet, Rein Angel and Safety Smart Goggles have been named the 2019 winners of Origin’s littleBIGidea competition and will soon be jetting off to NASA in the USA.

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STEM Punks calls for greater focu on STEM skills

Push for greater focus on STEM education

Following recently released digital rankings that show Australia has dropped from ninth position to 14th in the World Digital Competitiveness League, STEM educator STEM Punks is calling for an increased focus on STEM skills by all Australians.

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LEGO Mindstorms voice-powered STEM challenge

LEGO Mindstorms voice-powered STEM challenge

LEGO and Amazon Alexa have launched a new LEGO Mindstorms Education EV3 challenge, where students can create voice-powered experiences through construction and robotics play.

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Classroom visits for the STEM in Schools program

STEM professionals and parliamentarians will visit classrooms at over 300 schools across Australia as part of the STEM in Schools program, run by Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, which aims to make STEM careers more visible and relatable.

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