Learnathon 1: Dance challenge

For our first Learnathon we invite pupils from the participating countries to create a set of symbols to represent their own dance moves. They programme a dance routine using their symbols; their very own dance algorithm. The younger children can record their performance as a video, while the older ones can create a Scratch project including images of themselves performing each move.  Students from each country get a dance algorithm created in another country and perform it (without seeing the original video/Scratch project). They practise and film this performance.

At the final Learnathon event on May 14th, 2018, pupils visit this page and watch

the videos from the other countries. They are able to add their comments and

explain what they think worked, and how the algorithms and performances could

be improved. 

The Swedish children give their algorithms to the Finnish children to perform

The Finnish children give their algorithms to the Dutch children to perform

The Dutch children give their algorithms to the Danish children to perform

The Danish children give their algorithms to the UK children to perform

The UK children give their algorithms to the Swedish children to perform