San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
CoderDojoTo is hosting our first Programming Track Hack-Night on February 5th. The evening runs from 7pm - 11pm EST (come and go as you must). We will follow a loose structure to allow for ideation and creation of objective based learning packages. The goal is to build up curriculum by producing a wide range of info card packages to share with the global Coder Dojo community.
Who should attend?
This event is open to parents, mentors, coders, educators, librarians, press, and everyone else who would like to contribute to build out learning resources for all CoderDojo groups to use.
What is CoderDojo Sushi?
Dojo Sushi is a method of communicating programming concepts which is suited to the CoderDojo environment. Concepts are communicated in easy-to-digest, bite-sited chunks (hence Sushi). Dojo Sushi is delivered on double-sided laminated cards known as Sushi Cards. One card = one concept.
See an example My First Website package
Session Input Feedback:
Coders, caretakers & mentors are encouraged to fill out this feedback survey to help us better understand what our student community needs & wants to learn.
When & Where
CoderDojo is a global movement about providing free and open learning to youth aged 10-17, with an emphasis on computer programming. The Toronto chapter was founded to bring this movement to the GTA, inspire other chapters, and partner with other organizations to better introduce kids to coding.