Sunday, April 7, 2019

April 20th Registration open

Cape Code CoderDojo is an open source, volunteer led movement orientated around running free coding clubs (Dojos) for young people between 7 - 17 years old. Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups with mentors to learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and much more. Dojos are set up, run and led by volunteers. Dojos make development and learning to code a fun, sociable and awesome experience!

Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups with mentors To register for the April 6th session or an upcoming session at Falmouth Academy fill out the form, indicate if you are a first time or beginner coder or interested in advanced class.

Cape Cod Coder Dojo's next session is on April 20th from 10 am-12 noon at Falmouth Academy. Registration is limited to 24 participants. Parents must be present with children 8 years old and younger during the session.
Register here

Demand is high and space is limited, if the session is full, then please add your name to the waiting list if spots open up and consult the schedule for upcoming sessions




Questions:
1) Do you need to be an experienced coder?
No. Cape Code's main goal is to open the world of programming to kids 7 -17. Anyone can learn to code. We offer Scratch for beginners and Python for intermediate to advanced.

2) Do I need to bring my own computer?
You can, but if you would prefer Falmouth Academy has graciously offered its lab computers for the sessions

3) Who is Cape Code Coder Dojo open to?
Cape Code is a free event and open to all Cape Cod area kids on a first come first serve basis. When spots fill up, preference will be given to students who have not attended before.

4) Do you need volunteers?


Yes, we are looking for mentors to help grow Cape Code and bring coding to more Cape Cod area kids.

Sunday, March 24, 2019

April 6th Registration Now Open

Cape Code CoderDojo is an open source, volunteer led movement orientated around running free coding clubs (Dojos) for young people between 7 - 17 years old. Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups with mentors to learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and much more. Dojos are set up, run and led by volunteers. Dojos make development and learning to code a fun, sociable and awesome experience!

Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups with mentors To register for the April 6th session or an upcoming session at Falmouth Academy fill out the form, indicate if you are a first time or beginner coder or interested in advanced class.

Cape Cod Coder Dojo's next session is on April 6th from 10 am-12 noon at Falmouth Academy. Registration is limited to 24 participants. Parents must be present with children 8 years old and younger during the session.
Register here

Demand is high and space is limited, if the session is full, then please add your name to the waiting list if spots open up and consult the schedule for upcoming sessions






Questions:
1) Do you need to be an experienced coder?
No. Cape Code's main goal is to open the world of programming to kids 7 -17. Anyone can learn to code. We offer Scratch for beginners and Python for intermediate to advanced.

2) Do I need to bring my own computer?
You can, but if you would prefer Falmouth Academy has graciously offered its lab computers for the sessions

3) Who is Cape Code Coder Dojo open to?
Cape Code is a free event and open to all Cape Cod area kids on a first come first serve basis. When spots fill up, preference will be given to students who have not attended before.

4) Do you need volunteers?


Yes, we are looking for mentors to help grow Cape Code and bring coding to more Cape Cod area kids.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

March 23rd registration now open

Cape Code CoderDojo is an open source, volunteer led movement orientated around running free coding clubs (Dojos) for young people between 7 - 17 years old. Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups with mentors to learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and much more. Dojos are set up, run and led by volunteers. Dojos make development and learning to code a fun, sociable and awesome experience!

Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups with mentors To register for the February 9th session or an upcoming session at Falmouth Academy fill out the form, indicate if you are a first time or beginner coder or interested in advanced class.

Cape Cod Coder Dojo's next session is on March 23rd from 10 am-12 noon at Falmouth Academy. Registration is limited to 24 participants. Parents must be present with children 8 years old and younger during the session.
Register here

Demand is high and space is limited, if February 9th session is full, then please add your name to the waiting list if spots open up and consult the schedule for upcoming sessions





Questions:
1) Do you need to be an experienced coder?
No. Cape Code's main goal is to open the world of programming to kids 7 -17. Anyone can learn to code. We offer Scratch for beginners and Python for intermediate to advanced.

2) Do I need to bring my own computer?
You can, but if you would prefer Falmouth Academy has graciously offered its lab computers for the sessions

3) Who is Cape Code Coder Dojo open to?
Cape Code is a free event and open to all Cape Cod area kids on a first come first serve basis. When spots fill up, preference will be given to students who have not attended before.

4) Do you need volunteers?
Yes, we are looking for mentors to help grow Cape Code and bring coding to more Cape Cod area kids.

Sunday, January 27, 2019

Feb 9th session registration now open

Cape Code CoderDojo is an open source, volunteer led movement orientated around running free coding clubs (Dojos) for young people between 7 - 17 years old. Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups with mentors to learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and much more. Dojos are set up, run and led by volunteers. Dojos make development and learning to code a fun, sociable and awesome experience!

Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups with mentors To register for the February 9th session or an upcoming session at Falmouth Academy fill out the form, indicate if you are a first time or beginner coder or interested in advanced class.

Cape Cod Coder Dojo's next session is on February 9th from 10 am-12 noon at Falmouth Academy. Registration is limited to 24 participants. Parents must be present with children 8 years old and younger during the session.
Register here

Demand is high and space is limited, if February 9th session is full, then please add your name to the waiting list if spots open up and consult the schedule for upcoming sessions





Questions:
1) Do you need to be an experienced coder?
No. Cape Code's main goal is to open the world of programming to kids 7 -17. Anyone can learn to code. We offer Scratch for beginners and Python for intermediate to advanced.

2) Do I need to bring my own computer?
You can, but if you would prefer Falmouth Academy has graciously offered its lab computers for the sessions

3) Who is Cape Code Coder Dojo open to?
Cape Code is a free event and open to all Cape Cod area kids on a first come first serve basis. When spots fill up, preference will be given to students who have not attended before.

4) Do you need volunteers?
Yes, we are looking for mentors to help grow Cape Code and bring coding to more Cape Cod area kids.

Cape Code Winter 2019 Schedule

Events are scheduled held from 10 am-12 noon at Falmouth Academy on the following Saturdays


January 26, 2019 (Complete)
February 9, 2019 (Complete)
March 23, 2019 (Complete)
April 6 , 2019 (register)
April 20, 2019

Due to high demand, you must register to attend, when tickets are released, use the registration link above.

Monday, January 14, 2019

Welcome to Cape Code - and Start Coding January 26!


Thanks to  Martha Borden and Falmouth Academy, we are very excited to launch our first free Coder Dojo on Saturday January 26 from 10 am - Noon at Falmouth Academy Technology Lab.  
We will run two tracks one for kids who never coded (Scratch- https://scratch.mit.edu) and more advanced (Python). These are free programming languages that they can continue to use at home at no cost.

Cape Code is open to all Cape Cod students. Our first event registration is here, forward to anyone you think would want to attend

Cape Code CoderDojo is an open source, volunteer led movement orientated around running free coding clubs (Dojos) for young people between 7 - 17 years old. Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups with mentors to learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and much more. Dojos are set up, run and led by volunteers. Dojos make development and learning to code a fun, sociable and awesome experience!

Participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups with mentors To register for the Jan. 26th session or an upcoming session at Falmouth Academy fill out the form, indicate if you are a first time or beginner coder or interested in advanced class.

Cape Cod Coder Dojo will kick off it’s inaugural session on Jan 26th from 10 am-12 noon at Falmouth Academy. Registration is limited to 24 participants. Parents must be present with children 8 years old and younger during the session.

Questions:

1) Do you need to be an experienced coder?
No. Cape Code's main goal is to open the world of programming to kids 7-17. Anyone can learn to code. We offer Scratch for beginners and Python for intermediate to advanced. We believe that coding is a critical life skill for kids, like learning to drive a car.

2) Do I need to bring my own computer?
You can, but if you would prefer Falmouth Academy has graciously offered its lab computers for the sessions

3) Who is Cape Code Coder Dojo open to?
Cape Code is a free event and open to all Cape Cod area kids on a first come first serve basis. When spots fill up, preference will be given to students who have not attended before.

4) Do you need volunteers?
Yes, we are looking for mentors to help grow Cape Code and bring coding to more Cape Cod area kids