The Alggago Challenge was held on November 4th of 2016. The name 'Algaggo Challenge' stems from the Korean traditional stone-flicking game 'alggagi'. Instead of flicking stones with fingers on a board, students compete against each other on computers using their artificial intelligence programs with uniquely devised algorithms.
DGIST 'YONGJA' Programming Course
2016. 7. ~ 10. (9weeks) HTML/CSS, RoR course
DGIST technology-based mock business startup program
A 9-week intensive course from July to October 2016 was held at DGIST. The program’s main objective was to empower students to design and create web services of their own. The curriculum consisted of Ruby on Rails lectures, exclusively delivered by Like Lion. The students actively participated in learning on online lecture platform.
Toji Elementary School
Rural Primary School Programming Education
Most people start to learn coding with the cliché 'Hello World' project. Instead, we started off the lesson by encouraging our students to describe their ideas on what programs they want to build
Rather than going through complex lines of code, we utilized Scratch Blocks to explain the crucial concepts of programming such as variable declaration, conditional statements, and iterative loops. The main purpose of this education program is to instill and grow the interest in computer programming through developing a website that individual student desires to make.
2016.09.22 ~ 12.22 Every other Thursday (Total of 8 classes)
By playing around with Scratch, students can initially grasp the basic concepts of programming, gradually grow interest, and precisely express their ideas about what web services they want to build.
DGIST Artificial Intelligence Program
DGIST 'YONGJA' HTML/CSS, RoR course
DGIST Alggago Challenge AI Alggago Competition
Toji Elementary School Programming Education
With Scratch, students can initially grasp the basic concepts of programming, gradually grow interest, and precisely express their ideas about what web services they want to build.