The "Tekwill in Every School" project starts enrollment for the 2022-2023 academic year, for educational institutions across the country.
From September 2020 until now, the program has been successfully implemented in 234 educational institutions, and for the next year, we aim to attract another 100 institutions to teach the professions of the future, for students aged 13-19, in order to develop their critical and analytical thinking, creativity, digital skills, but also interpersonal communication skills.
"Tekwill in Every School" contains four study modules: artificial intelligence, software development, creative industry and entrepreneurial leadership. The courses are optional; they have an interactive content, which can be studied individually or under guidance of a teacher.
The courses that will benefit the educational institutions selected in the 2022-2023 academic year are:
Middle school and high school levels:
Programming Algorithms in C/C ++ [RO] and [RU]
Web Design and Development [RO] and [RU]
Graphic Design [RO] and [RU]
High school level:
Artificial Intelligence [RO] and [RU]
Mobile Application Design and Development [RO]
Registration period: 01.01.2021 - 22.02.2022
Selection criteria for educational institutions:
- Teachers have an average to advanced level of digital skills
- Students in the institution are interested in technology and engineering
- The middle school/high school education institution is located on the territory of the Republic of Moldova
- Existence of a computer class and Internet connection
To register the school for this program, the principal of the institution has to fill in the form by 22.02.2021
The creation of courses taught under "Tekwill in Every School" project was possible by mobilizing the financial efforts of the private sector and citizens of the country and the diaspora (in the crowdfunding campaign of the TwentyTu project, which started in 2018), as well as of external development partners – USAID Moldova, the Government of Sweden, EU4Moldova and UNDP Moldova. The project also benefits from the support of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research, through the Memorandum of Understanding signed on both June 14, 2018 and July 22, 2020.