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Leo Laporte and Alex Wilhelm talk with Candace Stump and 10-year-old Morgan, about a programming club making coders out of kids, which is part of CoderDojo - an open-source, volunteer led, global movement of free coding clubs for young people.
Mark Ward, the CoderDojo Coordinator for the Ballyroan Public Library in Dublin, Ireland, tells us about the coding club using the library’s facilities. Simply by playing games, children learn how to code computer programmes and mobile apps. “These are skills that will take them into IT jobs or into business later in life”, Mr Ward says. In the library, the children are empowered to do what they want.
Monster aims to raise awareness of the issues of women in technology and girls in coding within the HR & talent community. For more information, please visit www.girlsincoding.co.uk
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The highly successful Irish led CoderDojo, global network of computer clubs, is a place for young people to learn to code, develop websites, apps, games and more. Since the first Dojo opened its doors only a year ago, CoderDojo has come a very long way with thousands of CoderDojo members learning valuable skills. The number of CoderDojo members is growing rapidly each week as new Dojos open up all over the world. As well as already having a number of clubs in Ireland, CoderDojo has recently seen a club open in Silicon Valley in California. Silicon Valley is home to many of the world's largest technology corporations and is a significant mark on the expansion of CoderDojo as it is so rare for an Irish tech brand to be imported into the United States. Mentors volunteer to help ...
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In Timisoara area there are around 12-13,000 people working in IT and the demand on the labour market is overwhelming. The local universities simply cannot supply enough engineers. These explain the huge success in Timisoara of the CoderDoJo - the teach kids to code initiative. Professional coders from the industry are volunteering to lead groups of 10-14 years old kids in learning to code games, apps and even full software. The idea originated in Ireland, the network is now pan-european and is spreading fast inside Romania and abroad. For the kids the experience is a lot more than looking smart & cool, is a way to make new friends and be part of a team, something very similar to scouting.
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Providing access to technology is in itself a big advantage to young learners. But what happens if you go one step further and teach them coding, so they can develop their own apps and build websites? In Ireland an exciting initiative that is doing just that. Started just three years ago CoderDojo is already something of a phenomenon, with hundreds of classes setting up around the world. VISIT THE WEBSITE: http://coderdojo.com/Coderdojo Learning World is brought to you by euronews: http://www.euronews.com/learning-world SUBSCRIBE to get more videos from WISE: http://www.youtube.com/WISEQatar?sub_confirmation=1 World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) is an international, multi-sectoral and action-oriented platform for innovation in education that connects innovators, nurtures new...
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CoderDojo@DCU have been very proactive over the years in encouraging young girls to attend our dojo. Along the way, we have had successes and failures. However, overall we have succeeded in our objective.
Make it Digital - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02gvk8k The late Steve Jobs once said everyone should learn to code because it “teaches you how to think.” Tech lover Simon Watt explores this theory and finds that coding can give your brain a total workout.
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"CoderDojo's" are popping up in the U.S. after first starting in Ireland less than a year ago. The first U.S.-based one will start Feb. 25 but another in Denver should begin shortly after that. CoderDojo's co-founder was 18-years-old when it began.
CoderDojo is run by volunteers who deliver free coding clubs and computer sessions for young people where they are able to meet up, learn new skills and build something creative. Since, the first Dojo was established in Cork in June 2011, CoderDojo has become extremely popular with Dojos to be found not only all across Ireland, but across the globe. This video shows some of the action that takes place in Dojos throughout Ireland.