Our approach to learning
The challenges of today‘s world require new ways of learning to achieve digital skills and foster holistic, critical and solution-oriented thinking. Freedom and fun is the philosophy behind our learning opportunities.
Beginners: Get excited
Experience how exciting it is to discover something new. Participate in one of our learning parties #Learning Festivals, explore our online tutorials and courses, or try the Snapcloud at your own pace.
This is an easy tutorial for beginners introducing Snap!, the block-based programming language.
Join this free online course and get started with Snap! block-based open source programming.
Take your first steps in MicroBlocks – learn how to install the environment and set up your board.
Activity cards present simple scripts to help users get started with an activity, designed to be printed and folded in half to make a two-sided card.
Intermediate learners: Explore more
Find your topic of interest, start to explore your own way, and practice as much as you can. Uncover your own talent in creative spaces real or virtual and give room to your creative ideas.
In this simplified epidemic simulation, find out how you can flatten the infection curve. Edit the code to experiment with other parameters.
Join this free online course to learn about fostering innovation with these fundamental principals.
Advanced learners: Experiment and build expertise
Expand your knowledge and skills, experiment as much as you can to become an expert and create or invent something completely new.
Get a basic understanding of holistic thinking and economy with SAP4School by using a real SAP system in your classroom.
Beetle Blocks is a graphical blocks-based programming environment for 3D design and fabrication.
Snap4Arduino is a modification of the Snap! visual programming language that lets you seamlessly interact with almost all versions of the Arduino board.
SAP Young Thinkers community members
The SAP Young Thinkers Community lives a real community approach with a diverse network of great SAP Young Thinkers ambassadors around the globe and marvelous community members who co-develop curriculum, deliver workshops and Train-the-Trainers or join us to celebrate learning during Learning Festivals.
SAP University Competence Center Magdeburg provides and supports SAP teaching and learning environments for 600+ member institutions of the SAP University Alliances program.
TUM is characterized by excellence in research and teaching, interdisciplinarity and talent promotion. There have also strong alliances with companies and scientific institutions around the world.
The University of California was founded in 1868, born out of a vision in the State Constitution of a university that would "contribute even more than California's gold to the glory and happiness of advancing generations."
The members of Heidelberg University of Education belong and research primarily in the educational sciences, subject didactics and special education.
The State Institute supports and advises the Bavarian State Ministry of Education and Culture on the further development of the differentiated school system. It makes the findings of research and practical experience usable for schools.
With the initative 'We stay smart!', the alliance for STEM education at home keeps children smart during the current school-free period with quality-assured online offers that focus on mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology.
The Children of Armenia Fund provides resources to children and adults with COAF SMART initiatives to advance rural communities through innovation.
DSAG Academy supports DSAG member companies in building and developing a workforce with a future-oriented skill and mindset beyond SAP-specific expertise.
The initiative "Learn to understand business" has set itself the goal of supporting and encouraging young people on their way to becoming responsible citizens.
The ERPsim Lab develops innovative teaching solutions by transforming business software into dynamic learning platforms. ERPsim enables students to understand ERP concepts by participating in a real-time simulation in which they run a business by leveraging the capabilities of S/4HANA.
experimenta, Germany's largest science center, amazes visitors with an extraordinary variety of offerings and is an exceptional symbol of the joy of experimentation, of knowledge and innovation.
Genius awakens enthusiasm for science and technology in children and adolescents. Teachers of all types of schools have access to the latest practical vehicle technology knowledge through Genius teaching materials and further training.
GI is the largest professional society for computer science in German-speaking countries and has been representing the interests of computer scientists in science, business, public administration, society and politics since 1969.
The Hopp Foundation for Computer Knowledge and Computer Science gGmbH helps Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region adolescents interested in understanding the digital world and its future-oriented language.
KinderMBA develops business and entrepreneurial skills, leadership potential, and innovative thinking programs for children in grades 1–11. They help students determine their future profession and gain the necessary knowledge in the field of economics and finance.
MINT-EC is the national excellence network of schools with an upper secondary level and an excellent mathematical, scientific, and technical school profile.
nantec is where technology schools, school laboratories, youth centers, clubs, science centers, museums, and a wide variety of networks come together to pass on the fascination of technology and science to children and young people.
Orljonok is the key educational center in Russia that has always been open to children at the ages 11 to 15. Every summer 3,500 children can stay in Orljonok for 21 days.
ProgKids teaches children how to program via a special online platform that allows kids to learn while playing in the Minecraft world.
A project from teachers for teachers, pupils and students, SAP4School erp4school is a plattform to advance digitalization through the use of ERP systems.
Science on Stage Europe is a network for STEM teachers focusing on the exchange of best practice teaching ideas.
The Stuttgart State Gallery, with its rich inventory of masterpieces from the 14th century to the present, is one of the most popular museums in Germany. The museum complex and its collection reflect the connection between tradition and modernity.
The TECHNOSEUM is one of the largest technology museums in Germany. The exhibition shows 200 years of technology and social history. It offers experimental stations on science and technology and combines information with experience.
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