This challenge involves creating a pop up activity to map local areas of learning or knowledge. This is a fantastic way for people at an event to share a little about themselves and to find out what other knowledge is in the room. Mick shares..
When we used a large scale map at a community learning event and invited people to share a little flag of “This is where I learned to…” the response was fantastic. So much sharing happened.
There is a real value to linking this activity with alternative forms of learning. Many people start thinking only about schools as places of learning but with your help the discussion can open up to all sorts of learning happening in the community and from friends.
Code Club builds a community of volunteers who share their passion for digital making with children and teachers across the UK. We support our volunteers, who inspire the next generation by running weekly Code Clubs in their local area.
Our Challenge to MMU Students is to come and get involved with Code Club by helping at an after-school club and to help us measure the impact of our clubs.Working through the Code Club projects is a great way for children to gain an introduction to coding in a fun after-school environment. Can you find a way to measure how much impact your club has had in both sparking a love for digital making and gaining an understanding of basic coding concepts. Whilst we at Code Club like our reports full of data we LOVE creativity and involving the kids so find an exciting way to showcase your impact.
Support a Scratch Workshop
We provide creative resources aimed at children aged 9-11. Parents, teachers and volunteers use our projects to help children create games, animations and websites in weekly Code Clubs. We offer training for primary teachers delivered by volunteer computer science experts. Our aim is for all teachers to feel confident, excited and prepared to teach the Computing curriculum.