This Saturday, An Taoiseach Micheál Martin will officially open DojoMór 2021, where 20,000 students from primary and secondary schools around Ireland, will learn how to code in a fun and exciting virtual conference centre.
These “free coding workshops” from DojoMór 2021, funded by the Higher Education Authority of Ireland, will be running online from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday, November 6th, offering a range of fun and educational activities to suit all ages and interests.
Bookings are open. For more information and to book, visit www.dojomor.ie.
Leading up to the event on Saturday, workshops are filling up fast, so book your place soon. For a special sneak-peek of the virtual conference centre, you can follow us @dojomor2021 on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. This week we are giving away DojoMór cups and beanies to our followers, so check it out!
Coding Workshop List for DojoMór 2021:
· Coding for Beginners with Lightbot
· Build an App with Thunkable & Bubble
· Code a Virtual Robot with VEX Code VR
· Code like a Pro with HTML
· Create a Story/Game with Scratch
· Code a Micro-chip with Micro:bit
· 3D Modelling with Blender
· Making Music with Soundtrap
· Coding to See the Universe with I-LOFAR
· The Magic of Virtual & Augmented Reality
New to DojoMór this year, is the ExpoMór exhibition. This is where students, parents, and teachers, can visit our new virtual exhibition centre. It is an opportunity to get to know the partners, ask a few questions, pick up some brochures and enter competitions.
“Events like DojoMór are about laying the groundwork to inspire and educate young people to be the next generation of Irish coders, while at the same time, doing so in a fun and creative manner. I have been a strong supporter of helping young people to explore coding, right from the earliest days of CoderDojo in Ireland, as I believe that expertise in coding will be a big part of our county’s success in the future.” – An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin
DojoMór 2021 is supported by Munster Technological University, Waterford Institute of Technology, Maynooth University, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Letterkenny Institute of Technology, Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Sligo Institute of Technology, Offaly County Council, and Libraries Ireland.