For one day only, 20,000 students, from primary and secondary schools around Ireland, will learn how to code in a fun, exciting virtual environment. Free coding workshops from DojoMór2021, funded by the Higher Education Authority of Ireland, will be running online, from 10am to 2pm, Saturday 6th November 2021, offering a range of activities and amusements to suit all ages and interests.
The workshops, hosted live in our virtual auditoriums include:
Lightbot – Coding for beginners
Bubble – Build an app
Vex Robotics – Code a virtual robot
HTML – Code like a pro
Scratch – Create a story
Micro Bit – Code a micro-chip
Thunkable – Build an app
Blender – 3D modelling
Soundtrap – Making music
This year, we will also be hosting ExpoMór 2021. Where students, parents and teachers can visit our new virtual exhibition centre. This is an opportunity to get to know the partners MTU, LYIT, Maynooth University, Calmast, WIT, IT Sligo, Science for Life, GMIT, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Offaly County Council and the resources that are available in your local region. Ask them a few questions; pick up some complimentary merchandise and enter competitions to win great prizes.
For more information and to book, visit www.dojomor.ie