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Coding Club from home – Connect with MS Teams

Access the Junior Coding Club in Microsoft Teams

While Office 365 Education is the building of the Junior Coding Club, the rooms inside are in Microsoft Teams, the perfect application for this purpose.

The Coding Club classrooms and the school hall are inside Microsoft Teams. This is where students in classrooms and projects interact socially, have fun and work together.


Download Microsoft Teams and install the software on the devices of your child. If you use a tablet, like an iPad, you need to install MS Teams through the AppStore or the PlayStore.


Download – Link:


On iPad download Microsoft Teams from the App Store.

On Samsung tablets or any other go to the Play Store.

Do a test login into MS Teams with the login credentials above (school account). If you face a problem, write an email to us:

Join the live-online class

Login into MS Teams 15 minutes before the start of the class. From there you will be invited and guided to the videoconference room.  Just wait for an invitation message to pop up.

Start Microsoft Teams and login with the children Coding Club account. Now you will see two team rooms if you are new and three team rooms if you are a regular CC member. Choose “CC Spring Holiday Camp” and enter the top channel named “General” or “Allgemein”. Inside the channel you can connect to the video conference. If you can find it, look for a blu icon or a blue area bar with a “Join” button. Links and announcements are also in the channel.

The tutor will start the video conference usually 15 – 30 minutes before the start. That way you can login earlier, test your computer and get used to the application. The more fluent your child is with MS Teams or any other meeting app the better will be your experience.

Three important MS Teams functions your child should practise:

  1. The screen “Share” function. So your child will be able to share her screen to present something. It is also important for us teachers so we can help fixing a problem on your child’s computer.
  2. The mute button. We need to learn discipline especially in online meetings and avoid distraction from noise through all those microphones connected. The default setting for a students should be being on mute. In MS Teams, responsibility about being muted or not lies sorely by the participants (the students). They need to learn this responsibility. If a student wants to say something in a large group they should post a message (teacher will read) and wait for their call. In small groups it is ok if the students unmute themselves (they are allowed to unmute) and raise their voice cautiously.
  3. Finding the way back from the video screen back to the message postings. The message posts or board in the general channel are filled with links where links guide the students to learning resources on other websites.

b) Download and install Microsoft Teams

Direct access to classroom

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Jobs and career

Very well, you are interested in working for the JuniorCodingClub? Can you imagine teaching logic and concepts of programming, robotics, design thinking and teamwork in a playful way? Children scurrying around you with great enthusiasm won’t get you out of your element? You are so good at solving problems and can teach this skill to others?
Then make yourself at home 😉 and get to know us as we are:

We are a group of dedicated and digital-savvy staff and freelancers with different professional backgrounds in IT, software development, gaming, digital project management, marketing, communication, social work and education.

As adults and parents, we are also interested or enthusiastic about code, nerd news, geek goodies, letsplays, mods, hacking, gaming, design, agility and all the new things and challenges that await us in the future.

We believe that … (pause) … digitalisation makes our world a better place. This makes us optimists for the future (without being euphoric ;).  We believe in science and experimentation, are always curious and hungry for knowledge. That’s why we love to study, try and improve. Everything that makes sense, gives pleasure, saves resources, creates peace, positively influences, we support and push forward with a lot of commitment.


About Us

About Us

The Junior Coding Club is a private, open educational institution for children and young people. We have been offering courses in primary and secondary schools, as camps or live online for three years.

The operator of the Junior Coding Club is Educody GmbH.

We are an education technology company that runs a coding club school for children, and advises, trains and develops on digital education.

In cooperation with Digitaltutor e.V., an association for digital education and child and youth support, we help to develop a contemporary concept consisting of blended learning pedagogy and technology for on-premise classes as well as live-online homeschooling.

We also sponsor the media education programme Robots for Nature, which is oriented towards the goals of climate change and biodiversity protection.

Educody GmbH is working on MINT products of the future, learning material for educational institutions, sustainably produced and suitable for worldwide distribution.

We are based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.


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Holiday Camps

Learn and team up from anywhere, anytime with the Coding Club Membership, managed by Educody 

03. - 08. January 2022

Monday till Friday

Forenoon or afternoon slot available

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Learn and team up from anywhere, anytime with the Coding Club Membership, managed by Educody 

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