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  • What we do
  • Development of creative talents
  • SW·AI education

SW·AI education

We support the essential software education for elementary, middle and high school students, and develop talented individuals with software skills by forming a culture where all citizens have basic software skills.

Strength SW·AI education in school

Current support status for leading SW education schools (2018~2020)
Current support status for leading SW education schools (2018~2020) - Leading SW education schools 18년 1,641 / 19년 1,834 / 20년 2,011 beneficiaries (students) 18년 513,012 / 19년 588,823 / 20년 595,812
Current status for Gifted SW Student classes (2020)
No. of supported classes 27schools 30classes, No. of completed students 445persons

Bolster the teaching capacities of SW·AI teaching personnel

Current status of capacity building programs for
SW·AI education (2020)
Group training 1,984persons
(Non-face-to-face, real-time, including interactive training) 1,105persons
Current status of teacher research associations (2020)
AI Education teacher research associations 30teams
Current SW Eduthon operational status (2020)
No. of Eduthon participants 912persons
No. of participating schools 17개schools
Current status of teacher academies (universities)(2020)
SW·AI education mandatory credits 5.42credits
No. of supported schools (elementary school teacher academies) 12schools

Expand access and opportunities to experience SW education outside of school

Current operational status of the SW
Education Festival (2020)
No. of SW Education Festival participants 206,041persons(online)
No. of participating organizations and corporations 244
Current operational status of the Online Coding Party (2020)
Online Coding Party No. of participants 1,010,273persons
No. of participating organizations 8개 institutions
No. of programs 19
Reinforce the expansion of elementary and middle school information, SW, and AI education
  • Support schools spearheading AI education, and discover/promote best practices
  • Operate classes for gifted SW students
  • Support Artificial Intelligence (AI) convergence curricula at high schools
  • Operate the model school for creative convergence information education classes
  • Establish comprehensive information education plans, and promote SW/AI education policy research
  • Develop/distribute certified textbooks and instructional materials for SW/AI education
  • Host review contests, best class practice contests
  • Operate the Information Education Central Support Group
Reinforce teacher competencies  
  • Host job training programs to bolster current teacher SW·AI education competencies
  • Host remote training, core teacher training, professional training, leading teacher workshop programs, etc.
  • Operate AI education teacher research groups
  • Reinforce SW education capacities for prospective teachers
  • Offer initiatives to support the reinforcement of AI education at elementary and middle school teacher academies (education universities)
  • Host the SW Edu-thon
Improve access to software (SW) education for the public
  • Host the SW Experiential Education Week (SW Education Festival, Global Conference)
  • Host the Online Coding Party event
  • Operate the SW-oriented social portal
  • Support ESOF (EBS online platform)