Our sincere appreciation to all Contestants who have taken part in the International Blockchain Olympiad - Vietnam Selection Round. Your incredible ideas have exceeded our expectations.
From all the awesome whitepapers, IBCOL 2021 has selected the TOP 6 TEAMS to continue their journey to the FINAL ROUND
With the Economics & Finance team at RMIT Vietnam, CODE has co-developed the ‘Trading 101’ game app. Each player is provided with either maximum purchase price or a minimum sales price. The player then has to contact other buyers or sellers to negotiate the best possible trade price. Trade negotiations can be intense! The Trading 101 game introduces students with the theory of how a dynamic market can reach an efficient price.
12 August 2021: CODE hosted the workshop Ecommerce: improve your online marketing strategy using analytics for students of SBM’s ‘Digital Business Development’ undergraduate course.
Students ‘purchased’ items from CODE’s ecommerce training site, which uses the popular Shopify platform. The students used the marketing analytics generated by their purchases to adjust the site’s marketing strategy.
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Our Remote Learning Lab (RLL) provides high school students and teachers anywhere in VN with access to CODE's educational robots, learning activities and teaching resources. In 2021, RLL has already been used by over 80 teachers and 160 students. CODE is training a national network of STEM teachers to integrate RLL within their own classes and clubs. Contact us if your school wants to use RLL.
On July 6th, 2021 to July 16th, 2021, CODE collaborated with American Centre to launch the workshop named ‘Robotics=Code+Creativity’. The purpose of the workshop was to deliver to the young Vietnamese people across the country the knowledge of robotics and programming. With the nine-days program, the students have a chance to work in a team to program and control the robot completely online without leaving their homes.
CODE is developing a whole new range of digital activities for the ‘Technology and Innovation’ minor of the RMIT Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. The minor includes four courses: Digital Innovation; Digital Entrepreneurship; Technology Futures; and Digital Risk Management and Information Security. The new minor highlights the importance of data capture and analytics to effective business leadership.
Our CODE4Schools program provides innovative hands-on, face-to-face workshops in coding and robotics for Vietnamese high school students and teachers. Since 2019, CODE has delivered over 80 hands-on workshops to 1,600 students from nearly 40 schools. Check out our fanpage.