“Learn to program and program to learn.”


The CSITEd, Computer Science and IT in Education, is a nonprofit organisation whose goal is to promote computer science at large, both in terms of technology and as a science. It focuses its activities mainly on primary and secondary school pupils as part of their education, but also on teachers and the general public.

CSDay 2015
A girl is discovering the internal parts of a computer and got the opportunity to assemble one during the Computer Science Day 2015.
Thymio robot
Children are discovering the Thymio robot and got the opportunity to learn how to program it and then to directly test it during a school fair.
International Bebras Task Workshop 2012
The Belgian representative to the Bebras community is attending the annual International Task Workshop 2012 to create new questions for the Bebras contest.
CSDay 2019
All participants of the Computer Science Day 2019 are gathered for a demonstration of how to order people by size thanks to a sorting network.
Technology training
An 11-year-old girl is discovering Scratch programming during the technology trainings, and she is already making her first game: “Catch the watermelons!”.

Upcoming events

Bebras 2019: Main contest

During one week is the first stage of the Bebras 2019 contest, which allows its participants to be faced to computer problems to solve. This contest is targetet to pupils from primary and secondary schools. This stage is organised by all schools in Belgium and takes place there.

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