Catrobat Computational Thinking Conference 2021
Catrobat Festival 2021
More than a decade of Catrobat
We are celebrating our 11 year anniversary!
Take a look at our major milestones.
Free and educational apps
for you & me
The nonprofit project Catrobat aspires to develop solutions which inspire teenagers and adults to learn coding, get creative and be prepared for the digital world of our future. Simple logical processes, creative solutions and easily understandable connections are essential in the world of tomorrow.
We believe that free, age-based and motivating software which can be used by teenagers or in education, is essential in order to prepare the next generations. Catrobat is doing this by bypassing traditional school pedagogy, instead using a constructionist approach focusing on game app development and fun. We believe in poverty alleviation through coding education for teens – girls in particular, refugees, and teens in developing countries, directly on their personal smartphones. This is especially important in less privileged regions, where teenagers have their own smartphones but do not have access to PCs, laptops, or tablets.
With Catrobat’s apps you can create your own apps, in particular games. Visit us at Google Play or Apple’s App Store to find out more and download our apps for free!
The Catrobat project is proud and happy to collaborate with some of the best known universities in the world.
Together we are trying to shape future generations and prepare them for the digital tomorrow.
We are proud to be part of a new world wide project where we can give some insights from our acitivities to other scientists, but also learn a lot from a large expert group. Gender STI is an international Research project that aims to analyze the participation of women in
Girls Coding Week 2021
Summer is here and why not also learn something new or improve your IT skills? Try our Girls Coding Week! Girls Coding Week takes place as part of “Science Holidays,” an initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research. In this one-week course, participants will learn how
From OLPC to Code’n’Stitch
Can some of you remember the “One Laptop per Child” initiative? Back in 2005 the entusiasm and optimisn in technology was greater than ever. Nicholas Negroponte co-founder of the MIT Media Lab announced the initiative and it build up a big hype. The goal was to provide technology across the