Coding League2018-08-16T19:57:51+00:00

CodeJIKA Coding League

Leverages peer-learning and student-driven leadership.

Connects key stakeholders in education and creates platforms for exchanging ideas and progressing STEM learning.

WHY
CODE?

  1. Peer & group-learning
  2. Developing stars & role-models
    • Highly performers quickly rise & are further developed.
  3. Leverage internal driver: Competition
  4. Low-cost to maintain – Using existing infrastructure
  5. Innovation through student leadership
  6. Faster learning
  7. Scalable structure
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HOW IT

WORKS

  • Clubs formalize to progress to next stage of curriculum projects
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Community Projects
  • Coordinators & Volunteers Organize Club Competitions
  • Best Students/Clubs attend next levels of competitions
  • Steering Committees collaborate with Provincial DBE
  • Key Stakeholders: Universities, leading NGOs, Agencies & DBE.

Coding League – How it works

How to Start an Official Coding Club in your School:

  • Find at least 5 club members that love code or love learning about new things and want to learn how to use code to build things.
  • Have a meeting with the the members and vote in your Club Leaders:
    • Club President – The president helps push the vision and represents the club.
    • Club Secretary – The secretary help coordinate and organize events as well is responsible for reporting on events and progress to Code4Change.
    • Club Treasurer – The Treasurer is responsible for any resources, equipment or cash generated in any of the projects.
  • Fill out the Club Application & Sign the Club Founders Memorandum.

Coding League – How it works

How to Start an Official Coding Club in your School:

  • Find at least 5 club members that love code or love learning about new things and want to learn how to use code to build things.
  • Have a meeting with the the members and vote in your Club Leaders:
    • Club President – The president helps push the vision and represents the club.
    • Club Secretary – The secretary help coordinate and organize events as well is responsible for reporting on events and progress to Code4Change.
    • Club Treasurer – The Treasurer is responsible for any resources, equipment or cash generated in any of the projects.
  • Fill out the Club Application & Sign the Club Founders Memorandum.

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