Computer Science 4 Social Innovation

Overview

The Computer Science for Social Innovation (CS4SI) project is part of the Google’s Computer Science for High Schools (CS4HS) Program for 2016. The mission of CS4SI is to promote the interest of young people in computer science and computer science education in high schools


The project will focus on training 16 University students volunteers and 32 Computer science high school teachers in programming using Scratch (https://scratch.mit.edu/). The ‘Hour of code’ concept will be used in setting up Computer Science Code Clubs in the 16 schools.

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Program supported by

GOOGLE

CS4HS is an annual grant program promoting computer science education worldwide by connecting educators to the skills and resources they need to teach computer science & computational thinking concepts in fun and relevant ways.

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Center for Social Innovations

CSI is a Kumasi-based educational and community development organization with the mission to empower change makers. Through our Young Social Innovations program we work with students of all ages to identify social and environmental challenges and develop creative solutions to them using local assets/resources and design thinking methods and digital technology.

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Hapaweb Solutions

We are an IT company that provides a range of web and mobile applications. Our main services are bulk SMS, web hosting, website design and Google Apps for Work (corporate email platform).

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Project Assesment

Meeting with Head and ICT teachers
Volunteers Orientation
Volunteers Training

Contact

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