PRIMARY and secondary school pupils will learn how to code in a fun, exciting virtual environment through an online workshop run by DojoMór and funded by the Higher Education Authority of Ireland.
It will be held from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, November 6 and it will offer a range of activities and amusements to suit all ages and interests.
This year’s event includes ExpoMór 2021 enabling students, parents and teachers to visit a virtual exhibition and get to know a number of third level institutes who are the programme partners.
The workshops, hosted live in a virtual auditoriums include coding for beginners, how to build an app, coding a virtual robot, coding a micro-chip, 3Dmodelling and making music.
Participants can also ask questions, pick up some complimentary merchandise and enter competitions to win great prizes.
For more information and to book, visit www.dojomor.ie.