Launching the first CoderDojo E-Learning Modules
Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. – Henry Ford
Learning isn’t just for the young. At CoderDojo we fully believe in lifelong learning which is why we are launching our first E-Learning modules. These two pilot modules are made for volunteers to improve their knowledge of the CoderDojo Ethos and how to mentor at CoderDojo.
The CoderDojo Ethos module is great to learn about what the core principles of CoderDojo are and how to put them into practice. It gives learners an insight in best practices for setting up and running a Dojo to encourage key principles such as youth-led learning, and peer mentoring.
The CoderDojo Mentoring module give top tips from other mentors around the world and introduces you to some mentoring styles used at Dojos as well as scenarios in which you should adopt these styles. It also gives you an overview of the content available to mentors and how to plan content for your Dojo!
How do I take the modules!?
Just log in or register on our Community Platform. You can find the E-Learning module button on your profile menu.
If you are registering for the first time, make sure you have joined your Dojo – remember the Champion will have to approve your request to join which may not be instant!
Who should take the modules?
All volunteers – from Champions to technical mentors to non-technical volunteers. We especially encourage Champions to get new volunteers to take these modules so they get a flavour of what CoderDojo is and keep it fresh in their mind when they start to mentor.
We want to take this opportunity to thank our partners for this project without whom we could not have delivered such amazing results!
Lions @africa – our funding partners as part of the AfriCoderDojo initiative
LearnUpon – our LMS partners
Designed for Learning – our content partners
If you have feedback on the E-Learning Modules please add it to the survey at the end of the module or get in touch with us on [email protected].
For more resources and advice see our #BackToDojo post.