This year’s edition will have three categories. The Young digital talent aims at young people aged between 16 – 25 years old who are interested in coding and video game developing. If you have good digital skills, motivation and willingness to design a video game, or creative ideas and the ability to implement them, start working on your project.
The second category, Outstanding digital skills developer, focus on teachers enrolled in the 2nd round of the MOOC course Developing Digital Skills in your Classroom of the European Schoolnet Academy. In order to submit the video, teachers need to have completed the course successfully, and demonstrate a remarkable use of ICT for teaching, an innovative way of developing students’ digital skills, and a cross-curricular approach to teaching digital skills.
The Innovative App developer category is open to young people from any EU member state aged between 18 – 35 years old who are interested in coding and app development. You need to show a basic understanding of coding, creative ideas and the ability to implement them, and entrepreneurial skills.
Deadline for all categories submissions is 31 July 2016.
Curious to know more about the competitions? Take a look here.