ProCodeCG – Yasporbi – Training of Trainer How to Teach Kids Coding – 15 Jan 2019 – Day #2

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Day #2 πŸ™‚ We’re going to explore tools to teach kids coding πŸ™‚

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We go through some of the tools to see the level of difficulties. We try lots of tools to be able decide later which one is most suitable to teach the kids with πŸ™‚

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And now time to learn to create games πŸ˜‰

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Not only kids enjoy creating games, teachers and principals too πŸ˜€

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Today we produce 10 different games πŸ™‚ Everyone in the class has successfully created a Maze Game, with the required basic features πŸ™‚

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Will see the class again on Thursday and we’re going to build curriculum and create some learning materials πŸ™‚

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*Photos and videos are also available here

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ProCodeCG – Yasporbi – Training of Trainer How to Teach Kids Coding – 14 Jan 2019 – Day #1

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Day #1 of How to Teach Kids Coding Workshop πŸ™‚ It is an honour for ProCodeCG to be given an opportunity to share some of what we know to these respectable and experienced teachers and principals πŸ™‚

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Today we learn some intro to coding kids and information technology

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We also take a look at some tools can be used for teaching kids coding, and yes, the teachers have to go through those tools too πŸ™‚

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This is a demo of how to create mobile apps πŸ˜‰ We can teach code with drag and drop coding and then we can download the code to our mobile phones just by scanning the QR-Code πŸ˜‰

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Us πŸ™‚

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Tomorow we will learn more about the tools and also tips & tricks how to teach kids coding πŸ™‚

*Photos and videos are also available here

DyCodeX One Day ESPectro Workshop – ToT for ProCodeCG

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One of ProCodeCG Kids Coding Curriculum is to teach kids about IT and electronics, including Internet of Things πŸ™‚

We always update our education materials and curriculum to provide kids with the most updated technology. That’s why we’re always doing research and educate ourselves to be able to deliver the knowledge to them πŸ™‚

We are currently doing research on development boards, to see which one fits our curriculum.

These are (on breadboard) previous version of DyCodeX ESPectro and ProCodeCG LED Board), (on top left) Esspressif Board and (on top right) is Arduino Board.

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Yesterday ProCodeCG joined a One Day ESPectro by DyCodeX

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It was four of us: Budi Rahardjo (ProCodeCG Mentor), Marisa Paryasto (ProCodeCG CEO and Founder), Bernard Krisnandi Soetarman (ProCodeCG Kids Parent) and Clarence Soetarman (ProCodeCG Kids)

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It’s us! πŸ™‚
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Getting ready. We brought ProCodeCG Arduino Kit because we’re going to add ESPectro board into it πŸ™‚

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The place, @DyPlex is a very nice place
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ProvidedΒ with coffee, snacks and fast internet connection πŸ™‚

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Before we started the workshop, DyCodeX formally gave the ESPectro boards to ProCodeCG
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We have already ordered 10 ESPectro Core and 1 ESPectro Base πŸ™‚

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DyCode and DyCodeX CEO, Andri Yadi opened the workshop
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(On the back) some crews of DyCodeX also joined the workshop πŸ™‚
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The instructor of the workshop, Ria (DyCodeX IoT Developer). She thought us how toΒ getΒ ESPectro Library from GitHub and copy them to our Arduino folders so we can compile and upload the code to our ESPectro Board

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Andri Yadi showed us the features and details of the board. He explained about the design and how it works.
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On the next session, Ali (DyCodeX IoT Developer) showed us how to make NeoPixel work and how to connect to MQTT

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ESPectro Core works fine! It’s amazingly loaded with lots of features, including WiFi.
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ESPectro Base offers much more. More GPIO’s, more sensors, more connections.

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Prof. Budi Rahardjo explains to the rest of the class about the detail of MQTT connection code.
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How our desk Β looked like πŸ˜€

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The codes
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We all were fully loaded with new amazing things! Including this ProCodeCG Kids. He tried all what he had done with Arduino to ESPectro Core πŸ™‚
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So we can say that ESPectro Core has gone through QC Test by ProCodeCG Kids and it passed πŸ˜‰

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Us after the workshop πŸ™‚
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And interview afterwards πŸ™‚
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Now we’re going to prepare for this event tomorrow!

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Be there!