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WE WERE SO COOL WHEN
   WE WERE YOUNG!




                      way n
                  the whe
          t hat’srned
   ...
As par ents, it’s hard
to find  time to share
 what   code is about
 with o ur kids, so we
     launched…
A monthly event
for kids an d parents to code together.
     W ith cakes and candies :-)
( Goûter is french for
a kid party inv olving snacks.

For example, a  birthday party
 is a «goûte r d’anniversaire» )
so we bring
 computers and
cakes, and code
   for 3 hours
An activ ity for the kids
a nd their parents
a new kind of
   family time,
like going to the
     museum
a wide range of age,
 5 to 14 years old,
  and interestingly
 constantly slightly
more girls than boys
Not a class.
no lessons, no teacher
kids can
t hat wayther kids
  teach o dults!
     or… a
and also, we can test and
explore m any different tools
and langa ges, depending on
  what the kids want to do
Demo is much m   ore rewarding
than poi nts and badges
os "shows",
w e call the dem r 3 of them
and  there is 2 o goûter.
   durin g a Coding
The creative di rection comes
       from the kids
because no   t every kid want
   to do the oh-so classic e
"let’s buil d a shooter gam
         with aliens"
stay in touch

http:// codinggouter.org

http://twitter.com /codinggouter

   juliendorra@ juliendorra.com

    … or send ...
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
Coding Goûter. Kids, code, and cakes!
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http://codinggouter.org and http://twitter.com/codinggouter
Ever wanted to find a solid way to share your love for code with your children? We did too. So we launched Coding Goûter: a monthly event where kids and parents play with a variety of programming tools and languages. And eat cakes and candies :-)

Coding Goûter is not a class, is not a lesson, and has no teachers: Kids and adults discover and learn together, from each others.

We have organized 10 Coding Goûters as of december 2012, most of them with a wide range of kid’s age – 5 to 14 – and constantly slightly more girls than boys.

Coding Goûter is a (mostly) monthly event where kids and parents play with a variety of programming tools, algorithmic games and puzzles, development environments, and languages.

'Goûter' is French for a child’s afternoon snack or party, so we eat cakes and candies too!

We love code. We do it for pleasure, we do it for money, we do it all the time or just… very occasionnally :-)

We are many to have learned to code when we were kids, or teenagers, or later, but in all cases we *enjoyed* it. For some of us it’s now their job!

How do we share the marvel and creativity of code with our children?

It’s hard. We don’t really have time at home, because there’s always something else to do.

And school? Well, it’s mostly not good. At best, there is *some* computer classes. But you know what? Classes are no fun. And it’s probably not even the best way to discover programming (Did you discover drawing in a formal class? I guess not.)

Something is missing, a time for kids and parents that feels like a hackathon or a coding retreat, where you can explore, meet, fail, start over. So let’s have fun together!

Coding Goûter is not school-oriented, and there's no designated teacher:

* When we were young, we learned by copying code, hacking around. We draw from these experiences to recreate an environment where learning happens organically.

* Letting the kids give the creative direction allows for surprises and inclusiveness.

* Kids demo to others, because it beats points or badges as a reward.

* We take our time, a Coding Goûter last more than 3 hours.

* We are not our kids’ teachers, so we just forgo the all lets-build-a-curriculum obsession :-)

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  1. 1. WE WERE SO COOL WHEN WE WERE YOUNG! way n the whe t hat’srned w e lea ere kids w ew
  2. 2. As par ents, it’s hard to find time to share what code is about with o ur kids, so we launched…
  3. 3. A monthly event for kids an d parents to code together. W ith cakes and candies :-)
  4. 4. ( Goûter is french for a kid party inv olving snacks. For example, a birthday party is a «goûte r d’anniversaire» )
  5. 5. so we bring computers and cakes, and code for 3 hours
  6. 6. An activ ity for the kids a nd their parents
  7. 7. a new kind of family time, like going to the museum
  8. 8. a wide range of age, 5 to 14 years old, and interestingly constantly slightly more girls than boys
  9. 9. Not a class. no lessons, no teacher
  10. 10. kids can t hat wayther kids teach o dults! or… a
  11. 11. and also, we can test and explore m any different tools and langa ges, depending on what the kids want to do
  12. 12. Demo is much m ore rewarding than poi nts and badges
  13. 13. os "shows", w e call the dem r 3 of them and there is 2 o goûter. durin g a Coding
  14. 14. The creative di rection comes from the kids
  15. 15. because no t every kid want to do the oh-so classic e "let’s buil d a shooter gam with aliens"
  16. 16. stay in touch http:// codinggouter.org http://twitter.com /codinggouter juliendorra@ juliendorra.com … or send me an email!
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    Feb. 12, 2013
  • chrisagon

    Feb. 12, 2013

http://codinggouter.org and http://twitter.com/codinggouter Ever wanted to find a solid way to share your love for code with your children? We did too. So we launched Coding Goûter: a monthly event where kids and parents play with a variety of programming tools and languages. And eat cakes and candies :-) Coding Goûter is not a class, is not a lesson, and has no teachers: Kids and adults discover and learn together, from each others. We have organized 10 Coding Goûters as of december 2012, most of them with a wide range of kid’s age – 5 to 14 – and constantly slightly more girls than boys. Coding Goûter is a (mostly) monthly event where kids and parents play with a variety of programming tools, algorithmic games and puzzles, development environments, and languages. 'Goûter' is French for a child’s afternoon snack or party, so we eat cakes and candies too! We love code. We do it for pleasure, we do it for money, we do it all the time or just… very occasionnally :-) We are many to have learned to code when we were kids, or teenagers, or later, but in all cases we *enjoyed* it. For some of us it’s now their job! How do we share the marvel and creativity of code with our children? It’s hard. We don’t really have time at home, because there’s always something else to do. And school? Well, it’s mostly not good. At best, there is *some* computer classes. But you know what? Classes are no fun. And it’s probably not even the best way to discover programming (Did you discover drawing in a formal class? I guess not.) Something is missing, a time for kids and parents that feels like a hackathon or a coding retreat, where you can explore, meet, fail, start over. So let’s have fun together! Coding Goûter is not school-oriented, and there's no designated teacher: * When we were young, we learned by copying code, hacking around. We draw from these experiences to recreate an environment where learning happens organically. * Letting the kids give the creative direction allows for surprises and inclusiveness. * Kids demo to others, because it beats points or badges as a reward. * We take our time, a Coding Goûter last more than 3 hours. * We are not our kids’ teachers, so we just forgo the all lets-build-a-curriculum obsession :-)

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