A FREE DIGITAL CHALLENGE FOR CHILDREN IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
4 CHALLENGE ACTIVITIES × 2019
TAKE THE CHALLENGE NOW
CLOSES 27 SEPTEMBER 2019
Ways to take part
Start Challenge Now
Choose and complete four activities = Challenge complete!
Not sure which activities to try?
Check out the recommended activities in our Beginner’s Guide.
Or explore the full range of free step-by-step activities here:
When you have completed four activities, don’t forget to submit your Coding Record by 27 September 2019 to claim your Certificate of Achievement from the Commissioner.
Submit your Coding Record to complete the Challenge and claim your certificate.
Every child completing the challenge earns a certificate from the Commissioner for Children and Young People.
Girl Guides and Scouts in South Australia who complete the Challenge automatically qualify for the exclusive ‘speak Robot’ embroidered badge.
Libraries offering Challenge programs are eligible to win one of two new Xbox consoles donated by Microsoft and libraries promoting the Challenge in creative ways can win one of 30 sets of the award-winning offline coding game, Potato Pirates (teaches coding fundamentals in 30 minutes to ages 7+).
Schools that are registered and complete the Challenge can win a new school website, programmable camera drones, class sets of micro:bits and other useful digital rewards – see Schools page for more details.
*Terms and conditions apply. Please refer to the Full Terms and Conditions for more information.
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My Challenge is a free, step-by-step way to increase the uptake of digital skills in this generation across South Australia through community, schools and family.
It’s all about increasing inclusive digital opportunity.
Commissioner for Children and Young People,
CEO & Co-Founder at Code Like A Girl
Leader at Learning Technologies, Leadership Development, Department for Education ǀ Director at Educators SA ǀ Principal Consultant at EdTechSA
Professor Katrina Falkner
Lead at Computer Science Education Research (CSER) Group | Lead at Centre for Distributed and Intelligent Technologies - Modelling and Analysis
Dr Rebecca Vivian
Research Fellow at Computer Science Education Research (CSER) Group
Professor James Curran
Academic Director at Australian Computing Academy | Director at National Computer Science School | CEO at Grok Learning