associate leads Gulbenkian Academy of Knowledge

The Gulbenkian Academy of Knowledge, led by NOVA LINCS, member, proposes an integrated approach to the use of computational thinking techniques in the development of thinking critical, creativity and problem solving in the most varied contexts of daily life.

The Academy, focusing on children in the 1st cycle, also intends to train teachers with methodologies that, through computational thinking, and without using technology, promote the indicated skills and allow them to sustain their development and dissemination. The project was one of the 35 selected in the 2nd edition of the Gulbenkian Knowledge Academies competition, in a competitive process to which 403 applications were submitted.