What we do
Programadores 3.0 is an initiative promoted by the state of San Luis (ARG) to teach programming and computational thinking to kids in primary schools, teenagers in secondary schools and adults, using Mumuki.
In addition to accessing exclusive content within the interactive platform, the programmers counted on the support of teachers in the forum and they were able to attend face-to-face workshops, dictated by the Mumuki team.view more
Mini Programadores is an initiative of the Government of San Luis designed to encourage all the boys and girls of the province, between 8 and 12 years old, to discover the world of programming.
All of them have free access to Mumuki Primary, with content and functionalities designed taking into account the characteristic features of their age. In addition, they can attend monthly face-to-face meetings, dictated by the Mumuki team, with unplugged and online activities to review and reinforce the concepts learned in the platform.view more
With MendoGrammers more than 10K students from primary and secondary schools in Mendoza will be trained in programming, while 300 teachers will be trained to accompany them in their learning.
This is within the framework of Mendoza TEC, an initiative of the Government of Mendoza that aims to turn the province into a technological center.view more
Since 2007, with the objective of supporting Uruguayan educational policies with technology, Plan Ceibal provides a set of programs, educational resources and training for students and teachers throughout the country.
In this framework, Mumuki is working in three different projects:
- Mumuki Championship: 1500 high school students use Mumuki to take their first steps in programming.
-Computational Thinking: 600 kids from elementary schools are learning with Mumuki.
- Youth to Program: 100 young people between 17 and 26 years old are using the Mumuki Platform to get a job in IT.view more
TEC.LA is a training for educators in Latin America and the gateway to the world of computational thinking.
Together with the Eidos Foundation, we designed workshops adaptable to the needs of each Latin American territory, with the aim of educators from across the region incorporating new educational practices and developing spaces where computational thinking is stimulated.view more