CoderDojo
CoderDojo is an open source, volunteer-led global movement running free coding clubs for youngsters. Dojos provide opportunities to learn how to develop websites, apps and games; or program robots and other electronic devices.
15th June (2:00-4:30pm) Training provided at 1:15pm on your first session
Kingston University
What is Coderdojo?
CoderDojo is an open source, volunteer-led global movement running free coding clubs for youngsters. Dojos provide opportunities to learn how to develop websites, apps and games; or program robots and other electronic devices.
Dojos are set up and led by volunteers. In addition to learning to code, members meet like-minded people and share their coolest projects with 'show and tell' sessions.
Who is it for?
Anyone with some experience of coding (HTML/CSS) and the enthusiasm to share their knowledge with the next generation!
Your role:
Being a Dojo: supporting young people ages 7 to 17. Typical activities include Scratch, Raspberry Pi projects, Web page design (HTML/CSS), robotics, Python programming, Unity game development and mobile app development & prototyping.
Where do they take place?
STEM outreach room on Penrhyn Road Campus at Kingston University.
When:
  • 09 February
  • 23 March
  • 11 May
  • 15 June
    Sessions run from 2:00-4:30pm
Training:
The programme is run by a experienced coder called Peter Wolf. On your first session you will need to arrive at 1:15pm (45 minutes earlier) to join in to the briefing and to get oriented. You will receive all the information you need then.
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