KodeFiesta Coding Month Winners

Congratulation for all winners of KodeFiesta Coding Month!!

(click the images below to try the program)

 

Category: Game. Level: SD1.

Winner: Randy Kurniawan

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Category: Animation. Level: SD1.

Winner: Hubert Prama Setiawan

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Category: Game. Level: SD2.

Winner: Aaron Indradjaja

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Category: Animation. Level: SD2.

Winner: Richard Paulus

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Category: Game. Level: SMP.

Winner: Bryant James

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KiddoHack and Hour of Code Bandung

Acara ini diadakan di Cihampelas Walk Bandung pada tanggal 18 November 2017.
Puluhan anak-anak berpartisipasi di acara gratis Hour of Code, di mana mereka mendapat kesempatan belajar coding dalam waktu satu jam. “The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries.” dan acara KiddoHack, mini hackathon yang ditujukan untuk anak umur 9-15 tahun.
Congratulation to the winners:
Juara 1 : Kelompok 18
    Nilai rata-rata : 8.23
    – Gavin Malik Setiawan (Kelas 6)
    – Emmanuel Bernhardt (Kelas 6)
Juara 2 : Kelompok 1
    Nilai rata-rata : 7.82
    – Samuel Theophilus (Kelas 6)
    – Ezra Maranatha Sianturi (Kelas 6)
Juara 3 : Kelompok 4
    Nilai rata-rata : 7.64
    – Areli M. Widodo (Kelas 5)
    – Nickolaus Jason Setiadi (Kelas 5)
Thank you for our judges:
– Saptono – SIT Gramedia Jabar
– Nyoman Bogi Aditya Karna – Peneliti Intelligent IoT Telkom University
– Witdono – Intel Indonesia
– Cecilia Esti Nugraheni – Peneliti IT Univ Katolik Parahyangan
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KiddoHack Bandung

“Code, Collab, Compete”

KiddoHack yang kedua ini akan diadakan di Cihampelas Walk, Bandung.

Sabtu, 18 November 2017.

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In fifteen years we’ll be teaching programming just like reading and writing…and wondering why we didn’t do it sooner“, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook.

Belajar coding/programming tadinya dianggap hanya bisa dilakukan oleh anak SMA/kuliah atau hanya terbatas untuk orang yang ingin bekerja di bidang IT. Namun sekarang programming bisa dipelajari sejak usia dini untuk melatih cara berpikir logika dan memecahkan masalah dan dianggap berguna untuk semua profesi di era teknologi ini. Dengan adanya aplikasi yang didesain khusus untuk belajar pemrograman sesuai usia anak-anak, coding dapat dilakukan bahkan oleh anak SD. KodeKiddo membawa konsep dari Amerika dan menyediakan sarana untuk anak SD & SMP belajar coding dengan cara yang menyenangkan “having fun while learning skills of the future”.

Deskripsi Acara

Hackathon (atau juga dikenal sebagai hackfest / hack=meretas) adalah kegiatan di mana programmers dan pihak lain yang biasanya terlibat dalam pembuatan software dapat berkolaborasi untuk menciptakan proyek software dalam waktu singkat (biasanya dalam waktu 24 jam). Hackathon sudah diselenggarakan di banyak tempat di Amerika, terutama untuk SMA dan mahasiswa, dengan tujuan untuk memperkenalkan programming, mendukung kolaborasi, dan juga sebagai ajang perusahaan untuk mulai mencari kandidat yang bermutu.

Terinspirasi dari hackathon itu, KodeKiddo mengadakan KiddoHack yang berupa mini hackathon dalam waktu 5 jam, diperuntukan bagi anak umur 9-15 tahun.

Dalam acara ini anak akan membuat team dan belajar bekerja sama untuk memikirkan ide, membuat desainnya, dan memprogram dengan software platform Scratch, Tynker, atau MIT App Inventor. Setelah proyek selesai, anak akan mempresentasikan hasil ke para juri/mentor. Anak juga akan mengerjakan beberapa soal yang berhubungan dengan konsep computational thinking dan programming.

Dengan mengikuti KiddoHack, anak belajar berkolaborasi, berpikir cepat, kreativitas, komunikasi dan menjadi ‘maker’ / pembuat sesuatu yang berguna dengan ketrampilan yang mereka miliki.

Para juri & mentor berasal dari dunia startups, teknologi, dan pendidikan di Indonesia. Mereka akan berinteraksi dengan anak-anak untuk memberi input, membagi pengalaman, dan menilai hasil karya mereka dalam KiddoHack.

 

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Independence Day Scratch Competition: Bandung

To celebrate the Independence Day (August 17, 2017) Kodekiddo Bandung held a coding competition for the Bandung kiddos.

Here are the projects made by the winners. They used the theme related to Indonesian independence and made it into interesting animation & games.

The GIFs are just the preview. Click on each link below to see the whole thing.

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Jason made an animation project about games that everyone usually play every year on Independence Day. When you click the green flag (run button) the animation will play and you can hear national anthem as the background sound.

Click here to see the whole animation

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This short animation is made by Olive, it tells us about the war between Japanese and Indonesian warrior and Indonesia ended up winning the war.

Click here to see the whole animation

Gerald

This is a maze game made by Gerald. The game is simple, you need to take the Indonesian ball to the goal which is the yellow circle.

Click here to play the game

william

William made this scratch animation about a character how burned down Indonesian flag and ended up regretting it.

Click here to see the whole animation

Grok Competition: NCSS Challenge 2017

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Again, KodeKiddo students participated in an international coding competition & got to the top!

Kodekiddo students entered the NCSS (National Computer Science School) Challenge, which was held from July 31st to September 3rd run by Grok Learning on behalf of the University of Sydney. The Challenge is a programming competition for elementary & middle school students. It’s been running from Australia for the last 12 years and is open to all school students and teachers.

Our students entered the Newbies, Beginners, and Intermediate levels. The competition was using Blockly, a drag and drop visual programming language, and is most suited to students in late primary or junior secondary school (10 – 14 year olds); and Python programming language.

Few of our kiddos made it to the leader boards of each level after completing all the challenges.

The Newbie level uses Blockly, a drag and drop visual programming language, and is most suited to students in late primary or junior secondary school (10 – 14 year old).

The Newbie level kiddos in the leader board:

Aaron Indradjaja
Audric Lee
Richard Paulus Wiharja
Samuel Yudhistira

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The Beginner level uses Python programming language, text-based programming language that is used in many professional software development.

The Beginner level kiddos in the leader board:

Samuel Yudhistira
Bintang Timurlangit
Matthew Darmaja

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For the intermediate level uses Python programming language, just like the beginner, but it is for those students who have some prior programming experience; & advanced maths and science students.

The Intermediate level kiddo in the leader board:

Joshua Larido

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Holiday Program at Kodekiddo

Holiday has started and Kodekiddo presented Holiday Program for Kiddos who liked to get challenging experiences in programming. Last week, at two Kodekiddo locations (Gading Serpong, Tanggerang and Bandung), nine kiddos has finished the first week of holiday program. For Grade 4 Kiddos and lower, they learned about Coding 101 and for kiddos above grade 4, they did an adventure in Scratch and also learned how to create a Mobile Application. By the end of the week, they received certificates from Kodekiddo. Not only they stayed productive, but also they had fun playing with coding games.

 

CodeRush Coding Competition

 

In April 2017, KodeKiddo teams joined the Code Rush coding competition.

Code Rush is a Nation-Wide Coding Competition that teaches real-world computer programming to elementary and middle schools in the United States.  Code Rush will bring added value to our students through learning to code and working together towards a shared goal.

Since the competition is done 100% on-line, our team from Indonesia location could join the competition and got an opportunity to complete against teams from various cities in the USA.

We had fun, but it was a tight race, to say the least. Fortunately, we collected bananas, crossed rivers and made it through the wilderness. Both of our SD & SMP teams were doing great, but toward the end only our SMP team stayed in the Top 10 winners.