End-to-end learning activities (included in the Instructional Support Content) based on the proposed serious game approach for building programming skills among girls preparing them for careers in the computer science sector will be organized and validated in Slovenia, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Croatia, Bulgaria and Portugal. The activities will be documented into learning sheets targeting instructors. This will facilitate an easier integration of the proposed game-based learning framework into existing instructional practices.
Project presentation
Prof. Nataša Hoić-Božić of University of Rijekapresented the project Coding4Girls at the session of the Council of the Department of Informatics (UNIRI) that was held today, 29th of November 2018. She presented general information about the project, main objectives, partners, intellectual outputs and expected results.
Kick-Off Meeting
Coding4Girls kick-off meeting was organized in Porto, Portugal at the Engineering School of the Porto Polytechnic - ISEP.
The aim was to consolidate the network among the partners, to start up the project activities and to plan the next deadlines.

Multilingual Project Leaflets
In order to disseminate and exploit Coding4Girls project, multilingual project leaflets were prepared. The aim is to promote general information on project objectives, activities, and results as well as the CODING4GIRLS approach and instructional support content to the targeted stakeholders in secondary and wider school education at meetings, organizations, local seminars and international conferences.
Project Presentation at I.C. Montessori
Ing. Alden M. Dochshanov, on behalf of EU-Track Association, presented the Coding4Girls project aims and activities during the event “Per una scuola innovativa e inclusiva: le opportunità in Erasmus+, nuova programmazione”, organized on January, 21st at Istituto Comprensivo “Maria Montessori” in Terracina (Italy).
The newsletters are drawn up by the project team as a part of the dissemination activities. They are available in English, Bulgaria, Croatian, Italian, Portuguese, Slovenian and Turkish.
Project Meeting April 2019
Coding4Girls project meeting was organised by the Coordinator, University of Ljubljana, in Ljubljana (Slovenia) from 11th to 12th of April 2019.
Project Meeting in Istanbul
Coding4Girls project meeting was organised by Turkish partner T.C. Istanbul Valiligi - European Union and Foreign Affairs Department in Istanbul (Turkey) from 14th to 15th of November 2019.
Promotional Project Video
This project outcome aims to provide general information on project objectives, activities and the expected results. The video was produced to disseminate and exploit effectively Coding4Girls project to the target stakeholders and to the reference groups to be involved in the piloting phase.
Project Poster
Among the dissemination and exploitation tools, Coding4Girls partners designed and prepared multilingual project poster to be used during national and international events.
The aim is to promote general information on project objectives, activities, and results.  

Among the dissemination and exploitation materials, Coding4Girls partners have drawn up several papers and articles about the project. They were published in conference proceedings or in journals.
They are available online and/or hard copy.
The aim is to promote general information on project objectives, activities, and results.
C4G Youtube Channel
C4G Youtube Channel   was created in the framework of the Coding4Girls project. The aim is to show the videos related to the Teachers' Platform, Students' Game Environment, all the learning scenarios developed to support students in the development of coding skills and interesting videos in partner languages. The direct participants are teachers from primary and secondary school with 10-16 years old students coming from Slovenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Turkey.