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Bebras Australia

Round 2 of the Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge is open from 7– 21 September 2020. Free, online and aligned to the Australian Curriculum. Engage students from Years 3-12 in collaborative, creative, and critical thinking.

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Narrator: Want to get your students thinking about a future digital career? 

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Get a head start and enter the Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge. 

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Engage your students in problem solving and computational thinking. 

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The Bebras challenge is a free online challenge aimed at students from Years 3 to 12 running for 45 to 60 minutes right from your classroom.

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Bebras develops and assesses student’s problem solving and computational thinking skills, 

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highly sought after in the digital careers of the future.

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Running twice a year the Bebras challenge is Australian curriculum aligned and a great way to engage students in collaborative, creative and critical thinking in any classroom.

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Sign up your students today,

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Bebras forms

Essential forms to complete your registration and enable full access to upload student details. The Bebras handbook is the most comprehensive, step-by-step guide to running the challenge.

Bebras resources

Bebras Honour Roll

Showcasing the students who achieved full marks in the first round of the Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge for each year.

Countries participating in Bebras

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schools in 2019

43 275

students in 2019

649 125

questions completed in 2019