The long-awaited moment has arrived ... We have received a green light this week to restart our Dojos and resume activities, hooray!
CoderDojo Belgium (www.coderdojobelgium.be) is a non-profit movement that organizes free coding workshops (called Dojo’s) in Belgium for kids aged 7 to 18 years. Dojo's are fully set-up and organized by volunteers.
CoderDojo Belgium is a non-profit organization that puts together free workshops (do-it yourself classes) for boys and girls from 7 to 17 years old. A Dojo is entirely prepared and led by volunteers. Mentors coach the participants.
It has been six years since CoderDojo Belgium kicked off. How time flies when you are having fun! With more than 130 Dojo’s across the country and over 1400 youngsters diving into coding every month, there’s no denial anymore: CODING IS COOL!
It’s a man’s world! This is particularly true if you are talking about the digital world. While women are steadily finding their way in STEM-related jobs, IT remains a field that is dominated by men. Less than 15% of Belgium’s IT corps is made up of women.
CoderDojo Belgium is a non-profit movement that organizes free coding workshops (called Dojo’s) in Belgium for kids aged 7 to 18 years. Dojo's are fully set-up and organized by volunteers. The organization was established in 2013 and is currently active in 100 locations in Belgium.
“I made a little game on my tablet”, explains Zinnia (10 years old) while firing up her tablet. “If my picture appears on the screen, I should tab it as fast as I can to collect points.” She starts tapping the pictures popping up on her screen. Suddenly a different picture appears.