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Bebras Australia

Bebras is an international Computational Thinking Challenge for students run by the CSIRO Education & Outreach, Digital Careers program.

Welcome to the Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge

The Bebras Australia Computational Thinking Challenge started in Australia in 2014. The Bebras Challenge has a long, global history and is now run through the CSIRO Education and Outreach, Digital Careers program.

Founded in Lithuania in 2004 by Professor Valentina Dagiene from the University of Vilnius, Bebras began with 3470 student participants from 146 schools.

The Bebras Challenge has now grown to almost 60 countries with over 1.6 million students participating each year!

What is the Bebras Challenge?

Bebras is an international student computational thinking challenge and Bebras Australia is run by CSIRO Education & Outreach through the Digital Careers program. The goal is to promote computational thinking skills to students in a way that highlights student abilities beyond science or maths skills.

Get involved!

Teacher?

Simply head to the Teacher Registration link on the Bebras Australia website .

You can register as many teachers as you like under your school name, once registered you will have access to additional support and teaching resources.

Student?

Talk to your teacher about your school participating in the challenge.