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CoderDojo for the Goldfields
CoderDojo WA is a Western Australian network of community coding clubs (Dojos), building digital literacy skills amongst young people aged 7-17. Dojos are free and social open learning environments that provide a space for young people to learn and practise computer programming in a fun environment and work on their creative digital projects with assistance from Mentors. CoderDojo WA is the largest regional network in the international CoderDojo community which was started in Ireland in 2011.
The good news is that following the successful Autism related events presented in Kalgoorlie-Boulder this year, Curtin University through the Curtin Autism Research Group (CARG) and the Autism Academy for Software Quality Assurance (AASQA) plan to introduce the CoderDojo coding programs for junior school children and the tailored program for children and young adults with autism.
Want to know more: http://coderdojowa.org.au
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