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Inspiring all children, a journey: diversity and computing education

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I hope you're enjoying in the conference so far I know I
am I thank you for being here today
and my name is saying and I am the team lead for good for life I took out 2 but I wasn't always a team I was
also later go once a long time ago on OK I was pretty
geeky when I was a kid so muskets yeah we of diners is and I was 1 of them I read you everything about them I got then act was amazing Our but I was sort of things like
Macy's and microscopes when I site of Macy's added just didn't like to solve them I like to actually create some so would spend next summer break just drawing mazes and then like asking my parents nicely to solve them with the and we would fight for getting the microscope at christmas and things like that
but how what you select appeared and with 1 of my friend and she had these um beat dollhouse pretty
pink right I but my main issue at that time was that were on the stairs were up the stairs or maybe the leaves all the boulders of the blood as a whatever where all the so my friend was like well I don't care either mind just take the ball with my hand and protect myself on the 2nd from so that doesn't make sense you want me to give you a lift and she was a new and in the kids say I was indeed chief find we get
it out and but it's nice to be there could be the key but if you really want to pursue a career in science and technology at some point you need mentors and I think I am I was really lucky to get some incredible mentors such as this primary school teacher added some actual feature the from when I was 9 so that's weights and this guy was amazing so we actually were being destitute area in the north of various in uh the northern suburbs of Paris and it was 1994 Bastille none of us had ever seen a computer at this time and and this man make sure that we would get some so what he did is that as is went Spanish I think he just and ask some
companies there all things like that but you to to bring us some secondhand computers so we could actually and see them and work with them and and we were doing things like you know drawing and writing poems and he said well why don't you just put it on like word or paint and then I'm going to print them out put them in the classroom and at this time it was amazing
for its and he was so told us a lot about like this theory of the evolution and he brought us nudes so that we could they yeah really cool so that we could take care of them I think that this person was like a great inspiration so I didn't have like
so many friends and am an only child and so I do not like any siblings to also act as older children mentors but I had my cousins and I also want to thank them obviously and they would just show me things like pacman of
games and teach me more about how to enrich my creativity but also magic which freaks and they were really amazing but mostly I was a bookworm
I was always reading something the
and you might know that a stint in the it's a it's a coming but this 1 is destination Moon and I think that's where I learned my 1st concept for like nuclear physics the and here it's like a pretty dramatic view of the space for a cat but there are some pages which are less dramatic but I I of more when the expand erupt about nuclear physics and how they make the matters of uh the Rockettes and the captain had of the year uh which is that and I read of states to I at this point I guess I sort of wanted to become a physicist but anywhere just threw out of that a but if you really
look closely at this book and I would say that wouldn't attend book in general the down the turnout of women or people of color so here uh the people working to build a rocket out on the White House the not at this time I didn't mind so much because they knew there were some
role models that I could find and but I don't know what would have happened because it's really good for kids to grow with role models and that really help you understand that you can do something and I think I knew I could be a
physicist or a science is just because I'm mandatory um was like as a model that I knew existed and my mom to a new out about her and was I watched this woman is amazing so I think that the real life is is is worry more important than a comic book physics but
still not yet I wanted to become like a lot
of different things when I was a kid and sensory of science and those who wanted to become a writer I wanted to become an enacted to at some point I guess I should have put senior to because I wanted to be that when I was 4 but uh that was for the worst idea of the importance of that is great and or was interested in a common exo biologist I don't know if anyone of you know what an exhibitor just is sort of yes OK to not people that stadium alien life forms of the possibility of alien life forms the and he sounded really courses that we are now wants to do that so badly
but the I'd looks a bit into it and I discovered that these equally and they were looking for meteorites to arrive on onerous then we just analyze it check for organic matter 0 node that this time by see you next year and was indeed these statements
that that much and I was sort of ancient Egypt and wanted to become an Egyptologist not until I a I wish this on the and when they were some the people that were trying to ask and the peasant in Egypt to get rid of his field to the could just search which was there and it was the only way for uh this person and to just feed his family and I
was like yeah I think that real life people are probably more important so that's was so when I stopped thing and so I had a hard time choosing and the French equivalent of a voice or GCSE I recently between
science and literature arts US pointers I chose scientists concluded so obviously I had this calculator far more advanced must uh get a programmable calculator and what some of my friends used it to cheat at exam OK you could hit record could perhaps I'm not putting the fingers who who did that in the room Gates who and what I use it mostly to program games that when a I realized that there was much think would like a programming languages with basic but ieee programs things um like it occurred to me a random things that I would ask my friend to play with and um program this week the the minesweeper to once which has led the worst user experience ever and that of course still pro the bits and and I was like yeah yeah OK Computer Scientists insect something really like and that would probably you know me if I want to at some point the path to an opportunity or an exorbitant even whatever
because really computer science is used in lots of fears measures discovered that this time was quite fate and no that's just
still my own personal experience if I remember correctly I might be mistaken but if I remember correctly my high school in the last year of the science I we were about
50 per cent of women which I think is also quite so an unusual in France but my think that's the figure that we have however if you look at uh my next step in major cation which was my preparatory class for engineering school you can see the futur dropping to a 20 per cent and so that think we were about stand in a class of 50 per cent so I also don't know if you are familiar with the french system so it's kind of weird uh people I'm just context and well after your and your 18 year old and to promote you can go you need but you can also choose another pass and for
science or cells or I couldn't which are schools great school stuff called in French and and for uh the most prestigious when you have to go to a preparatory class for 2 or 3 years and then you are you to go to the contests and that we accept you to the school and so I was accepted in um I think it was 1 of the most difficult preparatory tests in France
and an still I remember there were some a couple of guys that were making nasty comments about degrees of uh do if you win in the class and at this time I was like yeah you know just this just
vanishes but people that's just not the majority of people the was to very nasty but the just my own personal experience but if you look at the actual statistical irrelevant figures and on the left uh figures from France so this equally
after those science specific high school and 31 per cent of the women there and choose the path in hot science and technology of 4 53 % of men so that maize being word drop them from and in the UK because I live in the UK now the monkey
and people graduating from computer science you need 13 per cent and women now did a very interesting study and quite recently about when girls start to lose interest in STEM subjects so this 1 is actually about when this starts becoming interesting in them set about 11 year it and in most of Europe uh but do drop is at 15 year were to there's something happening there that make them lose their interests and in this topic I
know they also try to understand
what are the main factor that might it have been interested in in this talk peak and or things like having a role model uh that you can identify with uh having teacher mentors I'm going integer things that helped me to when i choose and this path right um having something which is Bronzy it's an etc. and on the left are it's a picture of a I guess I get is actually my boyfriend's best friend and that she is 1 of the cofounder of we unrest and which is a
dedicated to and mentoring and women into working and discovering Ruby uh and she told me that actually when she was really young she was really bad at math because actually she would buy the theoretical mass uh but and she had some teachers that I hope that you will never be able to become like a programmer you so bad at math anywhere you were a woman the tree happened to her and and yet she is not very good developer as she goes back and speak in school and explained that actually is possible in that you can do it an interior that she she was good at math but that grant granted math so united you about the french
system in the engineering school to and stop the attack was my engineering school tried it's a great school because factory and the 1st year to do a bit of
everything and if so even art history quantum physics computing probabilities that the uh OK I have to choose something Acceleo Cape computer science and robots that's what so that's what they did and source so notoriously that's uh we were a record-breaking number of 40 % of women In this year and I think it was the record-breaking during in the whole of France for the enduring schools at that time and was so
far that school uh later on he just dropped to about 30 % which I think is the current uh ratio 9 forms for most engineering schools and then I had an internship in existed which was also because the and I was working on
statistical and computational linguistics so I loved language is of computing with a mix of post was was on recreating and
then actress spent 7 years in
oddobren which is now so bonk robotics so I did bring was at this time of the French start-up which was creating robots as you can see the picture of the robust they're really cute is when he scored now and yet was 7 really good
years and I started as a D and that developer for the robots and I was the only 4 times the mass of the
engineer at this time in the company uh we were a company about 40 people at this time and then in 2013 and I was promoted as a to and I was uh so the 1st or 1 of the few and remember but few not software is at this time
so really get to work with Lotus dude robots rights and that also something
interesting is that what was experiences and then after that moving to the the UK and many relies a lot of things that I didn't really realize before so just to tell
you what was my mind set like about 10 years ago I thought the word should be like magical just rainbows and unicorns and being bored magical I thought that I'd make no sense for people not to be tolerant with each other and but I think that I thought that the world should change magically to that basically they in the why because of interest in the making sense and also I enjoy being outside the so when I tell you about the figures that we were 20 per cent of women in my preparatory class and time actually add in instead as a program I saw the Felidae spatial you know are it's fine I don't know why it happens but it's fine sure story the I did
change my mind lecturer and there are 2 things that happen and things that happen to me personally things that happen to some of my friends and so I started reading the out and about topics about diversity and we have changed my mind about the fact that yeah we still want to go
from a to B B DID words but that will happen magically you have to do something and got out of things right now you can hear about for instance orders sexual harassment cases in over and things like that well to be fair things that happen to me and most of my female friends in the industry and it is something that happens I'm mostly focused about around gender here that's and that all the problems of you see that just with gender have for instance I we were at some points are trying out a face recognition algorithm of on are about so it was a 3rd party
and software that we were using and and it works quite well and the we ask if I were black could to come and try it and suddenly the robot just couldn't recognize him without I hope that's not great and hi photo why it happens so weight I know and there's also the fact that most now we have heard about policy issues and the so it may be difficult to actually engaged in into choosing this past so that might explain back to 20 per cent figures that we had previously as it's not being it's spatial or anything and that's what I and maybe now if we can do something about it maybe we can go back to our IT world the sorry OK I'm stuck in fine there's something
else that were still have may change in my mind about was when I was working in oddobren uh on the projects to have children with what is it save I we were
creating games and apps onto robots as well as a website for to have the teachers create pleased of applications that will have the kids with learning goes story reader Robert was and here a tool to replace the teacher it was a tool as they would use like iPods and things like that to right and the idea behind it is the robots and is like a good interface between at the phone or uh tablets and the human being so it might be easier for them to the play with there on on the robots to for instance human beings etc. 4 so the robot is really repetitive tool which we always say the same thing thing exactly the same way over and over again without the getting angry or judgment or and that's a good price the the so maybe I would show you a picture of a video I managed to pick
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like a drawing of a frog on the door and started to to reach it in the morning 1 institute is to the people I work with their for instance just unite sun-dried x 100 being the uh the woman on the bottom left so there she was still has an association in Romania and that helps his ways autism and just an amazing person no
usually when I talk about but people ask me why I left side the brand why and in the UK
announced and the 1st I just wanted to change I guess after 7 years there or so it was a dream to move to London
and still is difficult to find something as cool as robots I hate that I found good what
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but it's a nonprofit initiative that believers in free and open source coding and still have pulled kids around computing that's the mission statement of the project but not all
people in the UK knew about a Caddo is an online supermarkets usually this reaction is like weight Walston weasel counter doing that and here is my actually behind a
candle there's ample technology uh it's a technology company and is really keen on helping with education and was so there's no kind foundation is learning of cattle and and we're under the umbrella of the foundation in 2014 the UK decided to introduce contradicting the primary school curriculum and I think it was the 1st country to do so and so that was a group of volunteers at a catalyst started to develop some quitting games to have the kids but also the teacher and to have the teacher teach the kids basically and I think that our seats you adjust was very nicely that Switzerland
whatsoever so I'm how won't read it's um but basically talking about learning how to program as uh just the basics of training that is like a use was C it would use was give 4 at anyone's in our work to date now there are some of really good
people that talked about that and the videos will be my side so you can watch them later now when using it value cash uh she wrote to the head of the book
uh which a delightful way to teach kids about computers and she got some really nice courts 1 is little girls don't know they are not supposed to like computers so here and also if we Schengen kids perception of what's possible we can change the entire world so
we had this idea is that if you manage to teach the kids and at an early age and maybe you will have more kids and understands and the power of computing and was to enjoy just enjoying it and just know that maybe it's actually 4 of them so that would be nice and the brilliant took despite kept
climbing yeah it was that my could UK last year which was an amazing conference and only if you were there and she just a out about why do kids need to around computing and there she also talks about the fact that when he's granted it's really give some kids and of games and the fact that they can see that's related to gains of programming games we really interest them the thing is that the as I
said we were actually teaching the teachers how to teach computing I the the way is that so 1st most of the
teachers when the UK s and put computing in the curriculum was like OK I have no idea what's happening there as some of them are afraid that the kids may be better than they are at computing didn't theory confident enough but was so and yet the cat and have a lack of resources of energy radiates more I think it's more mental energy even the dress time and many the just go online and try to find some resources here consider Sept 25 million time checked so that OK he was going wrong in and so well that explain why
were trained to do some tools that would be useful
for both really so the 1st game is ready to return and it's a game
for primary school which teachers and rookie and Python so abruptly um is a visual programming language uh which really like scratch and which is open source and created by the and place and what is that language or it's that it the and the is really to
have a progression and in uh making them understand the computing concepts so it just not learning about syntax it's learning
about logic we're thinking and I agree that so I can either show you a video of me playing the game or I can do where life coding sessions good the OK life pretty since but maybe answers are cash somewhere in the research the just a moment this will be
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can see that the road is slightly more complicated and yet you only have to like could be based more for would turn left and right
like quite a number of times so that we actually want to and the and the no not yet but I'll spiders the project is open source but the the other
thing is I might get quite a bit boring to could be
based on who think so after when we actually teach looks looks and conditions
it actually makes sense because then they can just use the repeat loop and to make it
happen and like all I don't have to copy paste everything 100 times of repeat troops we just grounded knowledge is measure succeed so you've caught like a for loop and then it happens in there are boring no it's just granted and they understand the need of that and quit purpose of deep way and after that we
actually goes to Python but I would say in a progressive way so that the pieces which are uh P to bison it is it's stay here things so Introduction to to Python and pierced by
Sun Yang and you can see Everything is autocompleted that's so easy but you can see that you programming abruptly but you can see what it looks like in Python he the same the prepared life gradient that's what it's called I just works the same and later on you just program directly in Python so but again used to eat things to to say pisses so just that knowledge being very progressively done so diverse levels are really uh 5 6 short we're still have like and productivity for the teachers that they can print especially for the case that concrete and was later a piece of them off all 1011 years I try to go back to the
presentation it that's for me
thanks I hate effectiveness of so
yeah we offered was unplanned activities for the teachers but we or so
am offered out of PDFs with teaching materials and things like that at the can reuse and to re not to have to create the exercise is really so we have 1 teacher that toward us once this teacher we're of quot for life because we don't have to teach who will this you know it's fine
can I quit you an this week and most of those Matteo's were created things to urge Harrison the and she was a and she was our education consultant at the beginning of the project and there she was an also median 70 she she at left us in 2015 and so a new redesign of web site is dedicated to her and she was an
incredible over model for teachers and for the kids she worked with and I'm not talking about foreign models I don't know if you so video when I was being and then loop at that there was a video that popped out and that they close bats and we do have a a lot of videos like that in the project and the subtree OK cattle people talking about what they do AutoCAD when explaining the concepts like this 1 for instance mn that but I think the I realized that every time this summer and content words are a bit different than that 1 and this show much of this part of the the capture and when we change the way I have not only about the half of it suffering from the content of the tell the only thing that I have to have which items that were essentially in my favorite dying so that the learning about the size of the time what we learned the I think that we have found a lot of things in common and just like a sentence without the help like taking a lot more than life they
contain text all things and what do you really think of statements in everyday life for example in Italy and the low so it's not in any time slot think of the Taliban right right right there is no right side you can come here fast and I didn't know about the plan and that might have thought was kind of like minded place house so that happened in the that's great
man and of house if abseilers powerful on the value of the with the the the
so it's funny videos can actually have create models for the kids because you see
all kinds of people at work at a cattle and explain about what they do and that can be really motivating to see someone from the industry then you but they do and explain you find
concept in the states with something we actually trying to do more so we try it to get maybe some more videos and inference and them better in our website for instance uh speaking of which were she did a lot of user interviews in the past year because we wanted to redo our main portal because if look like this thing on the
left that's the main website where the teachers can um log in register other classes and it's a trap and it was a big brave people over just click on the big rectorate a picture where would you expect when clicking on directed with a picture too good to regular time maybe when they just did nothing and so we can do our users were a bit confuse so we spent uh well James which is
our was some UX designers spent a lot of time talking to to teachers and also kids uh to make sense of what we needed to change really so the best way to extract the website on the right now things the 24 the 20th of june of the it's quite recent nothing is is on the left you
have a screenshot of the an example
of a Python code from return 1 of the last levels still it's quite different if you look at the bison going from our output base as you can see on the right that's so different but still you but the drummer framework you've got an object-oriented programming you hit and we don't reach that to the 11 year than right Puritan that said but from the we are working on a game
for the 12 to 16 which has a very cool watching name of AI animal I know uh which actually means Artificial Intelligence massively multiplayer
online and it's a could name so I don't know which is managed project and which is really for secondary school pupils the idea is to teach were so that's the end at which to artificial
intelligence and in relief and weight the now we did a lot of user research and with teenagers but also with teachers
because if the games appeals to teenager it's fine but if the teachers think it's awful they will never use it in scores and that's what so what we want to do and we spoke with someone from uh computing at school uh which is uh group group in the in the UK which is quite quite great and she thought us OK but it's a nice idea that you have just the
attention and make sure that would kids will love it it's a tram work OK we did some more research when I was a looks like and everyone at the age to regain and then we actually dug a bit deeper and and and we found other modus
research and about for instance the fact that it's a good article that you can also read this link on the right about how GCSE leaves their girls as we already so and poorer kids uh behind and the cortical a colleague of 1st which it was actually a volunteer that's good for life and toward us that well if at this time and he could have taken computing that before he was 16 year tree probably wouldn't because he didn't have a computer at home and it was quite difficult to then do your exercise is a central issue don't really have a materialist and apparently just happens that they actually are left away because of that's which means that if you don't think that you can become good enough and you can go to you for
instance then you don't do computing at unique and you are really left behind which is awful on as for the gals where we so what happened 1 average you don't have learned about the problems that might happen and industry and they don't necessarily want to leave so that's um so it's some for the birth precious circles that's going on
and so really try to pay uh more attention to what we were doing in terms of what products and you X and that's something that we cannot be this and to which ID father dinch we have which story should we have behind so it's really like story based and we decided to go with the time travel IT
so my doctor who interesting uh I just hand travellers with braces and the data with that is that all that we could have different maps for levels are you have like a screen-grabber forward futuristic level here uh which is also just a work in progress might not look like that at which the market and but you could let build your entire machine and maybe go back in the past uh which means that we could have a lot of different areas that might you kill to uh everyone depending on your taste so we could have like a dinosaur level the I we could have had young Japan uh
we could have entrance each year we could have an of things 0 and Victorian England etc. steampunk and the or so and it started as an idea which was really a challenging but also a competitive and we are trying to find ways to incorporate more and collaboration with indicate to make them
more sort on the best team work and make it nicer and drink was so to make sure that uh they will be able to create enough at top that look like them so for instance this top is now cost you were sitting as the law saying cynics
me so that's diversity and that's my evil twin according to to to James
some of them except that we have for instance and 1st uh we have about once out when 100 thousand users yeah proud and Mr. the
website is right now only in English and so what we did is that we open our project uh we open translations for a project on protein so everybody can go and have translate the project that we beings uh on the last slide in for instance
we found out that we have a lot of users that come from Brazil uh so that would be really awesome if we could get so order translation in Portuguese procedure for instance to the it that that at at the were so many on having an IOS app for iPad uh because 1st we from mountain would analytics that they're out of teachers use iPads uh but also it's easier to make an offline game which means that the key is that are not too low too good to internet at home against plate and but also in terms of accessibility so 1 of the teachers that we met and toward us that's 2 kids that can't use a mouse for instance you might be really grateful to be able to be erected winter without a mouse we're so started uh I hope it's going to be used to enlighten starting a partnership with Andy 6 library services so as sex is a region in the in the protein's uh and the Council have loose libraries and do you want to put a a shortcut for could for life on older computers in the libraries and that would be great uh for for instance
and the kids at all it because it's offend him for everyone and that don't have access to internet all computers at home but the kids to p there yes time
travel for some sometimes I really wish they could time travel I sort of wish that and maybe instead of having all reduced rows of pink toys guarantee um with real dollhouse is with no stairs I have things like going
to blocks I don't know if you know that that's amazing the I'm command on the mentioned on so the subtree and games and
which were created a few years ago in the US and then read you can build your things to teach engineering 2 young girls and it's amazing our I actually want 1 so I'm trying to to find an excuse to buy 1 maybe it'll and that is so good to want to travel back in the past but maybe we should think about traveling to the future and try to make sure that it's a aboard world that we're going to reach uh so make sure that all those tools that we wish we had we actually are programming them for the next generations and making sure that
instead of flat 102 role models that you might identify with here I put in a place you have the whole bench of mentors and mentoring organization that help you here I put just a tiny
few of people and organizations that they know the tossing out doing a great job for diversity in helping um deterrent and in new generations of for
instance on the top with the robots and this is under the gap and she has a PhD in robotics and she works at the so properties the Irish is an amazing woman and she talks about the events and i've we mean intake events and of course you might know and Maria method and the creator of Mets
and former child genius I guess that they ready to you about in dilute cast and Alexandria hidden from OK 2 and 4 so as on the bottom left is go say he's according of mine and he's a mentor for and was bursary uh which is a charity in the UK dedicated to help uh black British men and 2 and which I think
akademije tree able injury to mentor them so the source 1 of some person uh obviously drongo girls played amazing so those other mentors up today and maybe you can be dementors of today and tomorrow the quick 24 inches and
I think there are such people there really awesome and they're really dedicated to and really making sure that they inspire back the degeneration of gives us we may have which we were inspired
before and we were studying the of often when we could together and on the picture you can see would was great people for instance and James R. you it's designer trees
that have created game uh researchers our friend and mentor the Captain Jack and they helped on the terrace of the CentraI everyone is doing something great or under yeah which is all the the sciences volunteer and the termites are are our pleasure volunteers from a cat opponents and are involved in quote for
life but also in activities such
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actually token in our standard with the team as we took to it sometimes and I think we're really like a team dedicated to
making change on an attorney the project was nominated this year the women in IT and the ones for the at this time
and or so because it's actually a midnight on in projects and they teach children weight learning themselves thing so some of them actually to them said bison to work on the project and read is to create games and that we managed to reach for decades before the choose Dagestan sea-level before the true that a voice and to make sure that we managed to inspire them at this point in life before date the interest drops for instance but DOS you S. a dust to more to do the so you if you
want to know more about the project or maybe
even get involved here is the cheat sheet uh with order contacted task so that websites and social media but also our ideas have been stopped quite a few and and our translation platform
been in be Thank
you the alright anybody have questions have a microphone
it the How do his thing he data many people from Dolce will stop the so to use the the the problem
of the stem cell program coming finish to the next level and how many of them actually continue all to like girls develops we don't have that data yet so the project was wanted in 2014 for primary school kids within a barrier to and we are of the items remember the few but we have a few people that register as independent student it's also something you can do in a program so you're not part of a school but if you want to learn a programming without cheap things that teachers have in their account you can do that but we don't register their age when they do that then but we're hoping
that in 10 years this thing would become the so thanks for the presentation do you have they told you know hominid children or registered today in this but programs and all what do you think what common you can reach the future so right now we have about 100 thousand users and which are mostly children is an this but the the ratio for a teacher these different so we have uh I was saying in 90 thousand and children all over the world which
are registered now the few move more that probably use it without being registered that that's difficult to understand that the overlap and you I would say I would like to have it appearance in huge effect yeah we're trying to do it 1 step at a time but 1st making sure that were so inspired to teenagers and more
people in the world by hopefully having translations and the FIL but 1st let me thank you for your benefit a lot of along pretty sure that helps them do you can you elaborate a bit how it relates to other initiatives in your blood called you alive falls on to workers them together the some kind of of exchange of ideas between your them had I think there's something called called you alive on the Mike effect pretty small so but I think the elementary school my older boy goes to work together called your life just font we like you but just I think it's on the by Microsoft Award a world I that could that ought to which is said just just use them they just use Google called you alive I think it's the Microsoft initiative they use instead of the kind of thing although with of building blocks the programming and also especially for kids things yeah check next the questions yeah but with the current system is it possible for the kids structure design their own battles and then implement solutions and if this is possible can they communicate with each other of to like this because the solutions and like MIT maybe help each other to look and so right now they can do different things so for instance they can
create their own levels and they can share it with the class and the teacher is so program that would map so they designed a rude and they put a would approach like the trees etc. they can choose uh the blogs or if spice a trap um now almost of teachers actually used in a collaborative way so they actually ask kids to collaborate on some level is and work together so that programming reading from the fractures were tested into laterites and now we don't have that implemented as for instance like chat uh or whatever for security reasons and no 1 can talk to the kid like that however we had a very nice lady things with some teenagers for new game so adding import images they suggested that we pre-programmed some comments
that they could send to each other so that nobody would actually hacked them to send some bad messages instead communicated bits that's interesting thanks and the thank you for your interest in Telkom and from my experience in the industry and the biggest fear of women not coming to the industry's because they are afraid that it's there and made dominated world and they cannot make it the if I want to learn what is your impression what why do you think it's happening you don't see many women and then I think and so the the other might have said earlier there's a thing about uh the lack of role models that they can identify ways and a vicious circle going on if they know that they would be a minority in that maybe some 60 them and some Texas comments may happen and in fact that they might be afraid to a treaty Joint uh sold out of things like that which are happening I was so some people I know they were being told from early childhood that it was amazing and so if you not strong minding enough you might just not want to do that and so if you ask me that's a bit difficult because I am student industry so it's difficult for me to assume relate to people that are not there and we worked it talking about that we some colleagues about the but that's how I know that for me for instance i which is very strong mining when I was a kid and I was like no you can't any icon that we do it but you can't ask everyone to be like that that's not possible uh you have to make if if you are privileged you have to make an effort to include all the people that's how it would work 1 so I think that's mostly why it happens so that's why initiatives that help everyone understand that it's fun and were so that they can do it and and have remained models we're hoping that it might have been changed and the balance I and yeah yeah yes all thank you for your talk is there a program for training teachers in Python to be able to teach the children theory is a program for teaching the pictures python in England on the yeah so order computing at school uh and therefore would computing there have the teachers uh with getting in power with the students and inquest Part I we do is that we have also pdf that explain the solutions to the teachers with exactly no friends and what is the right price and could for the price and it uses and to really help them make it and those was solved that and that they have a vacancy was going on and have 2 kids directly when there's a problem and yeah there's a lot of I was there at for the association that probably don't know about but the other thing that and computing a school that of computing in the UK are quite quickly to have to the teachers so people like at planning which talk to a teachers and actually have a mentor to as BBC Micro also doing great things at school in the UK so follow-up question to that 1 is a a a big increase in the Python community in in England theory design is a big increase in the Python community in England actually we don't know the figures about the increase of the bison community but that's would point and check we any other questions it yeah thank you for your talk but my question is a bit why did you choose Python and not any other language to do the whole called for life in them the game and everything and resource uh to teach abruptly me but that's to 100 and what it is that um so I don't know the figures but still Python is becoming really famous and it's a a which was JavaScript would crumble famous and now it's mostly by since which is go with the trend of the teachers teaching is and also that was the tool that was available online that is different things so some teachers might want to use all of them to which is different as indexes and this was a very simple to around because uh it's a very user-friendly especially if you just had to attain a subset of bison and so we just I just make sense and now for the game 14 edges I we were still planning to go for a positive was at some point we were thinking of later may be expanding that so you could program you of that are in a different language but we're not sure about prioritizing that right now other questions OK well thank you so much the
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Titel Inspiring all children, a journey: diversity and computing education
Serientitel EuroPython 2017
Autor Boudier, Céline
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DOI 10.5446/33690
Herausgeber EuroPython
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Abstract Inspiring all children, a journey: diversity and computing education [EuroPython 2017 - Talk - 2017-07-11 - PythonAnywhere Room] [Rimini, Italy] Do you remember when you wrote your first line of code? Do you remember who inspired you to become who you are when you were a child? But also, what the challenges might have been? I remember when I was a little girl with a strong interest in a lot of things, including science, and what and who helped me pursue an education and a career in science and technology. However, my journey in the industry from France to the UK, from software engineer student to team lead, from language processing to robots to online coding games, made me understand there is still a lot of work to be done in terms of diversity. I will talk about my own experiences, what shaped my dreams and inspirations, the reality check, and the project I’m now working on Code For Life. Code For Life is an initiative started at Ocado Technology in 2014, in response to the UK putting computing in the primary school curriculum. It comprises a small full time team and also a large group of dedicated volunteers who focus on creating free, open source games, mostly web games developed with Django, to teach all children how to program. We are all dedicated to inspire all children and give them the tools and opportunities they deserve

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