[#HOC] Hour of Code: Learning to code with future generations

El bruno tocando la guitarra para enanos

Hello!

The school of my children is amazing and I know that much of their work lies on my. So that’s why I try to help every time I can. That’s why, besides helping in football (Argentinian topic) and play the guitar for the kids, now I have the opportunity to share something closer to my dayly basis with the children.

HOUR OF CODE, a global initiative to help children learn about the fabulous world of coding / programming. The truth is that behind this program you can find videos with some celebrities promoting the program such as Bill Gates, Barack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg… that’s great.

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The bases are also very simple: from different sources like http://code.org/, there many materials shared for everyone. The main idea in the week from 8 to 14 December, there will be some ambassadors to share an hour with the children and show them a little bit about the world of developers.

That’s it: games on paper for the youngest, apps in development for young people such as Kodu or Scratch, etc. Is awesome, the only thing you have to do is contact a center of studies and propose this “hour of code”

Microsoft Spain also cooperates and supports this initiative, with lots of information and support inhttp://msdn.microsoft.com/es-ES/dn876734

Greetings @ Madrid

/El Bruno

Homepage: http://hourofcode.com/es

Microsoft Spain: http://msdn.microsoft.com/es-ES/dn876734

The 1st image source: a few years ago playing the guitar in my kids school

The 2nd image source: http://www.lps.org/hourofcode/2013/

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