#SuperCoders, what is it?


Orange is organizing the #SuperCoders initiative for 9-13 year-olds, with the aim of making children more aware of digital culture by offering them an easy and fun introduction to computer coding.

Free Coding workshops are taking place in different countries throughout the year, facilitated by volunteer Orange coaches and partner associations.

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#SuperCoders, why?


By helping youngsters to learn the basics of computer coding, first and foremost #SuperCoders offers them a fun way to discover the secrets of digital technology for themselves. This may, of course, stir up ambition, but the real issue lies elsewhere.
It is actually about showing them that digital technology is an almost boundless source of creativity and that this world is open to them, that it is not confined to other people.

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#SuperCoders, where is it taking place ?

#SuperCoders is an international event. From 4 countries in 2014, 9 in 2015, there are now 17 countries that take part of this dynamic.

Botswana
India
Poland

Cameroon
Italy
Romania

Egypt
Morocco
Tunisia

Spain
Moldova

 

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Code for COP22

In the framework of COP22, #SuperCoders invited children from all over the world to create games or animations in order to raise awareness about environmental protection.

This challenge, open to girls and boys aged 6 to 16, is now closed after having accommodated around 130 projects. Thank you to all the competitors and congratulations to the winners!

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