For innovative teachers

We want you to be an innovative teacher that uses coding, games and robots in class, so you can teach using these tools to support education in any subject (maths, science, physical education, arts, music, languages, physics, chemistry, social sciences, etc.).

We want teachers to help their students to enable competences for the 21st century, by rethinking the current teaching models and integrating new tools as well as resources to link the theory and practice more effectively. By using the No One Left Behind teaching framework you can easily integrate Create@School as well as other initiatives as part of your classes` methods and strategies, support formal and informal approaches and address new classroom management strategies.

Your students can use Create@School to create games, animations, interactive books and interact with robots that use the content from the class subjects. The students can create their own materials for their classes and understand and accomplish the learning outcomes using the Create@School App.

With Create@School the students will develop knowledge and transfer this to new situations, by acquiring skills to think creatively, systematically and collaboratively. As a teacher, you can generate inclusive approaches by empowering the students with tools and resources (images, voices, colours, backgrounds, types of games, etc.) that link with their likes and preferences.

See our Create@School examples: projects made by and for students

Try Create@School … It is easy …. See our tutorials!

Training 1

See our step by step tutorial
Guide: EN

Starter/Plenary game

  • Start by creating and adapting our example game
    Guide: EN

Editing in PocketPaint

  • Use our paint tool to edit your objects
    Guide: EN

Broadcast guide

  • See our example from Year 5 – History: Victorian era
    Guide: EN

Tutorial Cards & Learning Materials

We have prepared different materials you can use for
developing your own games, stories or animations.
Guide: EN

Templates

Action template

We have prepared different materials you can use for
developing your own games, stories or animations.
Guide: EN

Adventure template

Guide:  EN

Puzzle template

Guide:  EN

Quiz template

Guide:  EN

  • For students

    Have you ever been curious about creating your own
    animations, or design your own interactive game?
    Find tutorials on how to start coding and creating your
    own animations with Pocket Code:
    >> read more

  • For parents

    Have you ever thought in seeing your kids creating their own games,
    animations or stories and sharing them with other schoolmates and friends?
    >> read more