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IATI STEM Education - Israeli Cyber Championship 2016

 

Israel Advanced Technology Industries (IATI), the Israel Ministry of Education, the Rashi Foundation joined forces to annouce the Israeli Cyber Championship – Israel’s largest Computer science education program.

This national contecst, in which all school children are able to participate, is a part of IATI's STEM Education Project. The contest finals took place on April 2016. 

 

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The Israeli Cyber Championship Finals took place April 13, 2016. Out of 260,000 children of 1,744 elementary school ; and 6,000 children of 227 High Schools -  100 elementary schools and 120 high schools continued to the final stage. 

IATI co-led the project, as our mission is to promote and cultivate the advanced technology industries in Israel and consequently we see great value in promoting STEM education. In order to continue being a Start-Up nation we must strengthen STEM teaching in Israel, and encourage high school students to acquire STEM knowledge.

Click for the Finals event photo album. 

 

Israel’s Cyber Championship for 3rd – 9th grades:

Experiential programming contest for children in grades 3-9, based on a PC Game Developing programming skills of the children.

We’ve crossed our most optimistic estimates and during January 2016 over 256,000 students from 1,742 different schools have participated in the contest and learned CS.

Take a look at what the competition looked like at "Alhuarana" school in Ajar; join the excitement at Petah Tikva's "Shifer" school opening event; or listen to 5th grader Tamir Keynan from “Adini” school in Rishon Lezyion in an interview about his experience on channel 20:

 

Kids who excelled were invited to a coding training camp, and participated in the national finals.

 Israel’s Cyber Championship for 11th -12th grades CS Students:

The experiential programming contest for computer science students in grades 11-12 was divided into teams. Each team got an engineer from a Multinational R&D Center as a mentor.

After a successful pilot in 2015, in 2016 over 220 schools participated the contest with over 10,000 students.

The contest started on February 7th, 2016, and groups who excelled were invited to the national finals.

                                

For additional information please contact Yaara Kassner: yaara@iati.co.il

The 2016 Cyber Championship was supported by: 

Click for more STEM info.

Israel Advanced Technology Industries (IATI), the Israel Ministry of Education, the Rashi Foundation joined forces to annouce the Israeli Cyber Championship – Israel’s largest Computer science education program.

This national contecst, in which all school children are able to participate, is a part of IATI's STEM Education Project. The contest finals took place on April 2016. 

 

*

The Israeli Cyber Championship Finals took place April 13, 2016. Out of 260,000 children of 1,744 elementary school ; and 6,000 children of 227 High Schools -  100 elementary schools and 120 high schools continued to the final stage. 

IATI co-led the project, as our mission is to promote and cultivate the advanced technology industries in Israel and consequently we see great value in promoting STEM education. In order to continue being a Start-Up nation we must strengthen STEM teaching in Israel, and encourage high school students to acquire STEM knowledge.

Click for the Finals event photo album. 

 

Israel’s Cyber Championship for 3rd – 9th grades:

Experiential programming contest for children in grades 3-9, based on a PC Game Developing programming skills of the children.

We’ve crossed our most optimistic estimates and during January 2016 over 256,000 students from 1,742 different schools have participated in the contest and learned CS.

Take a look at what the competition looked like at "Alhuarana" school in Ajar; join the excitement at Petah Tikva's "Shifer" school opening event; or listen to 5th grader Tamir Keynan from “Adini” school in Rishon Lezyion in an interview about his experience on channel 20:

 

Kids who excelled were invited to a coding training camp, and participated in the national finals.

 Israel’s Cyber Championship for 11th -12th grades CS Students:

The experiential programming contest for computer science students in grades 11-12 was divided into teams. Each team got an engineer from a Multinational R&D Center as a mentor.

After a successful pilot in 2015, in 2016 over 220 schools participated the contest with over 10,000 students.

The contest started on February 7th, 2016, and groups who excelled were invited to the national finals.

                                

For additional information please contact Yaara Kassner: yaara@iati.co.il

The 2016 Cyber Championship was supported by: 

Click for more STEM info.

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