CoderDojo World Summit Award Presentation

CoderDojo World Summit Award Presentation

The Presentation Giustina gave at the World Summit Awards in Singapore in July 2016.

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The CoderDojo Foundation

July 01, 2016
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  1. The Global Coding Movement CoderDojo Japan, 2015

  2. Why Coding? “Children should be programming the computer rather than

    being programmed by it” Professor Seymor Papert
  3. The Problem: Global Skills Gap Europe 900k shortfall by 2020

    45% IT execs experiencing a shortfall US 1m unfilled programming jobs 71% of new jobs in STEM are in computing
  4. The Problem: Diversity Women hold >25% STEM 8.5% of Engineering

    4.28 million unemployed young people in EU-28 4.1% of US CS Grads & 2% of Tech Giant hires are black 78% of PR approved, unless gender identifable
  5. CoderDojo New York 2015 The Idea: CoderDojo

  6. CoderDojo: Open Source Something that can be modified & shared

    because its design is publicly accessible.
  7. What do they learn?

  8. Benefits of Learning Coding Problem Solving Creativity & Design Patience

    & Perseverance Logical Thinking Innovation (Digital) Confidence
  9. The Model Champion Team of Mentors Venue Resources: Kata Dojo

  10. Our Impact: Reach 1,049 active Dojos 40,000 young people in

    63 countries globally
  11. Our Ambition: Scale

  12. Our Ambition: Diversity 50:50 Gender Ratio in Dojos Dojo in

    underserved regions & countries
  13. Our Impact: Changing the World

  14. CoderDojo Movement Gemma Busoni (left) introduced to coding at CoderDojo

    LA
  15. Our Areas of Focus Enablement Engagement Scaling

  16. Our Areas of Focus Enablement

  17. Our Areas of Focus Engagement

  18. Our Areas of Focus Scaling & Sustaining

  19. Achievements & Awards European Citizen Prize 2016

  20. Join the Revolution! @CoderDojo