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Narrator: Want to get your students thinking about a future digital career?
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Get a head start and enter the Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge.
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Engage your students in problem solving and computational thinking.
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The Bebras challenge is a free online challenge aimed at students from Years 3 to 12 running for 45 to 60 minutes right from your classroom.
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Bebras develops and assesses student’s problem solving and computational thinking skills,
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highly sought after in the digital careers of the future.
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Running twice a year the Bebras challenge is Australian curriculum aligned and a great way to engage students in collaborative, creative and critical thinking in any classroom.
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Sign up your students today, www.bebras.edu.au.
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