Learning Philosophies and Practices!
I'm thinking about creating a set of Sushi Cards about the Project-Based Learning in CoderDojo that will include the Belt System, Project Tools Examples and Project Charter Template. The Project Tools can be probably split into several Sushi cards according the different paths (similar to the CoderDojo Bento Boxes). What do you think about it?
Yohei Yasukawa, co-founder of CoderDojo Japan, explains the learning practices used in Dojos in Japan and about hosting a regional DojoCon in Japan last month.
You can see the video here!
Here is the Facebook page with updates from the series of Accessibility Dojos being run through the summer in the UK, which has video footage & photos explaining what resources were used to enable those with visual impairments to fully participate in a Dojo: https://www.facebook.com/accessdojo/
If it is of interest to anyone TCD are running a postgrad cert about the use of technology in the classroom. It looks super interesting and uses the Bridge 21 Pedagogy which is very closely aligned to the CoderDojo pedagogy!
You can see more about it in this video and in this folder.
I've been informed that CoderDojo mentors are welcome to apply/attend - you don't have to be a teacher!
Feel free to get in touch with them if you have any questions.
We just have a lot of different materials to choose from. There is enough for any age, Depending on how well the attendees know each other, they can also do projects with their own goals, sometimes together.
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