HOW TO GET STARTED...
ARE YOU READY TO HOST THE NEXT COMPETITION?
01: Organize a Local Competition
The following resources will assist you in planning your first local competition/showcase.
Welcome Coaches, are you ready to kickstart your coaching journey?
Please check back in the next few days.
01: Host a Roadshow and Intro Session
03: Offline Curriculum
Teaching Style: Remember, this is mainly self and peer-to-peer driven learning. So as the Coach your job is to enable learners to discuss in small groups every 30 minutes to solve each other’s bugs and make progress. Only after discussing and asking help from another group, should you help them directly.
04: About CodeJIKA
Freakin' Awesome Questions
CodeJIKA is a coding curriculum designed for high school learners, it aims to promote digital literacy and prepare students for the digital economy.
You can approach your local school’s administration and pitch the idea of starting a coding club. You can also reach out to other students who are interested in coding and collaborate with them to create the club.
While previous coding or teaching experience can be helpful, it’s not necessarily required to become a CodeJIKA coach. You should have a passion for education and a willingness to learn and help others.
CodeJIKA provides training and support for its coaches, including online resources, webinars, and in-person training sessions. You can also connect with other coaches and educators in the CodeJIKA community to share ideas and resources.
You can start at any time, however if you want your students to take part in the upcoming competitions, please follow the competition page and stay up to date.
This is a volunteer based opportunity. We will send a small stipend for data, posters and any other marketing materials needed. However you need approval from the CodeJIKA team.