CoderDojo is a free, volunteer-led, community-based coding club for students ages 7 to 17. All students are welcome regardless of their previous experience with computer programming. At CoderDojo, kids learn how to code; develop websites, apps, programs, and games; and explore technology in a safe, informal, and creative environment. CoderDojo classes involve exploring micro:bits, Scratch, and Microsoft MakeCode Arcade to learn programming skills in an engaging way.
Idea Co-op sits on 25 acres of tillable land currently being used for agritech research. Students from Purdue Polytechnic Anderson have met with John Mascoe, president and founder of Leaftech Ag, to learn about how sensor technology empowers farmers in the area to grow better crops. By learning about the technology that powers farming, visiting the IoT Smart Farm fosters a better connection with where one's food comes from and how it is grown.