It’s Christmas time at our dojo and this ninja is providing the festive music and doing his physical computing coding at the same time on his Raspberry Pi.
In Ireland we do not have a “ready steady” amber light. We have just a warning to get ready to stop. This is an Northern Ireland traffic lights sequence.
Today was the final day of our dojo’s Hallowe’en Scratch Challenge. To make things more interesting some ninjas arrived after school dressed up as thier favourite Book Week characters. Watch out for Harry Potter and The Hulk.
The winner will be awarded the coveted EU Code Week button badge.
Everybody likes to use the mentor’s work station. It all appears on the big screen.
It is great when a little tweak changes everything.
This video was shot during Coolest Projects 2018 at the RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin 4. It gives a prospective dojo volunteer a some insights into the role of a mentor.
Click on the link for more details . . . https://zen.coderdojo.com/dojos/ie/dublin-16/sasns-saint-attractas-sns
This little fellow crashed into one of the school windows back in 2008. It is a male Gold Crest, Ireland’s smallest bird. You can tell it is a male from the orange (gold) feathers at the back of his crest. You will have to watch the video closely to catch a glimpse.
After his video debut he was placed in a shoe box in a warm dark room to relax and recover from his accident. The club members fed him flies for the rest of the school day.
He made a full recovery and was released back into the school tree line that evening. He immediately flew up into a tree and began to sing to let everyone know he was still around!
Here is a similar story from YouTube. (You may not be able to watch this video on the Irish School Broadband Service depending on your schools filter settings.)
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