The Qatar Computing Institute (QCRI), part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), will once again provide elementary and junior high school students with an innovative computing learning experience at the annual Creative Space Summer Camp.
The July 31st kickoff will be a two-week program that explores a variety of technical opportunities in areas such as robotics, programming, web design, and other computational thinking.
Through a combination of interactive lessons, collaboration, and independent project work, summer camps instill the skills students need to pursue their future careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). QCRI faculty guide students and enable a collaborative and innovative creative space learning culture while teaching the most demanding computing skills.
Collaborative work creates a positive and influential learning environment and helps students develop problem-solving and decision-making skills and become more innovative. Students can study and create during the program and have the opportunity to apply learning by building their own mini-projects.
Dr. Eman Fituri, Director of QCRI’s Education Initiative, said: Acquire computational thinking skills and stimulate creativity and innovation. By providing an enjoyable summer learning experience, you can make a good start in the computing space, which has endless uses for the future. “
The summer program will take place at QCRI’s Creative Space Lab in the educational city of HBKU Research Complex. No coding experience required.
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