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Programming workshop with IchigoJam

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Why programming ?

  • Traffic signal , Television , Air conditioning , Smart phone , etc... Now there are many things which are worked with Computer. But do we know ? recognized ? ... The answer is Not so clear .
  • Programming is a way to communicate with computer . It's a simple language , we can say easier than English.
  • Once kids try to program & get response from computer , they can catch what happen in the computer


Workshop in Umuco mwiza


XX /OCT Workshop < for kids who know ABC alphabets >
  • Detail
    • ** TODO : We'll choose from followings ( Programming Or Robot & Programming )**
  • Items
    • <School side> : Projector , class space for workshop , Power Extension cable x 4 to 5
    • <ict4e side> : IchigoJam Full Sets x 10 , Instruction papers







What we can offer :

Please choose one from followings based on your schools targets / students interest.


Type of Workshop < for kids who know ABC alphabets >
  1. Programming Workshop: 
    • Basic , Making a game [ Duration 90min (short) ]
    • Capacity 10 - 20 participants
  2. Robot & Programming Workshop: 
    • Basic , Making a game [ Duration 90min (short) ]
      • Capacity 10 participants
    • (NOTICE)
      • Recommendation age : over 10 years old
      • The computer is IchigoJam which developed in Japan. ( Not Windows/Mac PC ).
      • IchigoJam has BASIC language inside. no need to setup.

    What you'll get : 

    • can touch REAL computer
    • can know how computer wok in our life
    • can have a fun for learning programming

    Targets:

    1. Kids who want create something by program / learn programming
    2. Kids who want to know How thing work with computer


    When we can have in Kigali in 2019:

    1. 16/OCT (Tue) afternoon  :  1 workshop (already booked)
    2. 17/OCT (Wed) afternoon :  1 workshop *under negotiationg with aother
    3. 18/OCT (Thu) afternoon  :  1 workshop *reservered for Umucho Mwiza

    Team Member:

    • PCN from JAPAN
      • Mr. Matta
      • Mr. Hidekazu Hara ( Coordinator in Africa / ICT Professional ) 
    • Supporter at Kigali
      • Mr. Ildephonse
    • Educator / IT Professional from Japan
      • 3 - 6 adults
    • Kids from Japan
      • 6th grade Primary x 2
      • 2nd grade Primary x 1




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