CHILDREN’S UNIVERSITY ADELAIDE SPEAKS ROBOT
The Commissioner’s Digital Challenge is a validated online Learning Destination for Children’s University Adelaide (CUA).
If you are a CUA member, you can Learn to Speak Robot while you earn hours in your Passport to Learning!
CUA validated activities can be selected from Hour of Code or Grok’s Hour of Code.
Look for the Smiley Logo to identify all CUA validated activities to be sure they count toward your Passport to Learning.
Ready to take the Challenge?
Choose your four activities from Hour of Code or GROK’s Hour of Code.
Activities need to be completed outside of curriculum time to be included in your CUA Passport to Learning. However, you can still complete them on school grounds.
If you don’t know which activities to choose, check out the Guide for Beginners or look out for those the Smiley CUA Logo – if you see this then you know this activity will earn you learning hours!
Take a screen shot of the last stage of each of the four activities you completed to show to your School’s Children’s University Coordinator/Teacher.
Your CUA Coordinator/Teacher will then stamp your Passport to Learning recording each completed activity, up to a maximum of 4 hours.
If you really enjoyed the Commissioner’s Challenge (4 x 1 hour activities), then you can go ahead and complete up to 6 additional activities choosing from Hour of Code or GROK Hour of Code and receive up to a maximum of 10 hours in learning credits for your CUA Passport!
To receive your official personalised Certificate of Completion from the Commissioner, recording your achievement, you will need to submit your Completion Form by the end of School Term 3.
Acknowledgement of Country
We respectfully acknowledge and celebrate the Traditional Owners of the lands throughout South Australia and we pay our respects to their Elders – and to past, present and future generations of their children and young people.