Humans and Machines: Workshop on Collaborative Learning in the Age of AI.

The 3CL Foundation is organising a workshop on the role and impact of Generative AI on education, the world of work and society at large and young people in particular. The panel will include experts in tech, AI, education and the labour market, who will discuss an early-stage research project on how young learners are using ChatGPT and other AI tools, and answer practical questions on the Generative AI hype cycle. Educators are invited to attend this workshop on Wednesday the 3rd of May 2023 at the Valletta Design Cluster. The
workshop will start at 17:30 and finish at 19:00. Admission is free of charge with limited places, so registration is required. Please register here for a ticket: 599768452587

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How Can Games Help Educators In Their Classroom?

Educators are invited to attend a Multiplier event organised by Maria Regina College St. Paulโ€™s Bay Primary, Taitotalo College Helsinki, Donau University Krems and Headstart Technology as part of the GIGA Erasmus+ project.

The event will include workshops with experts about the use of online games as a tool to enhance teaching and learning in the primary classroom. Educators will have the opportunity to submit game ideas which could be developed to help them in their teaching.

The event will be held at Casino Maltese in Valletta on Tuesday 9th May between 11.00 and 13.00.

Kindly click on the link to register:ย Multiplier Event Registration โ€“ GIGA GAMES

Code.SprintMalta 2023: Largest National Coding Competition

Code.SprintMT is a competition designed to test problem-solving and programming skills of students from secondary and post-secondary. Besides, an open category is also available. Participants will be given a set of tasks to complete within a specific timeframe using the programming language specified in the syllabus. A panel of judges will assess participants’ solutions, and the winner and two runners-up will be announced.

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