FMIS Grade 8 Students Learn How to Code on Computers
For this project, which was one that was conducted on an international scale, taught coding to students of all different grades, by using different techniques. FMIS students attended training every Saturday. Students were split up into groups, with each group working on a different project. “I was really excited to participate in this wonderful activity and that I could make a game online,” one student said.
Participants of this event learned basic problem-solving skills, logic principle, and program development. The main objective of this project was for groups to produce projects, with the top project being shown by FMIS students in front of an audience, on open day at the University of Kurdistan-Hawler’s campus.