This meetup event is for teacher and assistant volunteers only.
To register, RSVP yes to this event and tell us about your experiences on the volunteer Google form. This information is used to match volunteers with students and is kept anonymous.
You will need to attend the teacher & assistant training session to help you prepare. You should have completed the ClojureBridge curriculum content yourself by the time of the workshop, see the workshop materials section on our website http://clojurebridgelondon.github.io
By attending this event, you are agreeing to the ClojureBridge Code of Conduct. Any breach of the code of conduct can result in a person being asked to leave the event.
Discussions about ClojureBridge are via the Gitter.im Chat room -https://gitter.im/ClojureBridgeLondon/chat
* 3rd November - evening session - teacher / assistant training session. This helps us set the expectations of these roles and helps you prepare for the workshop.
* 25th November - evening session - we ensure you have a working development environment give a general introduction to what you can do with Clojure.
* 26th November - day session - you will be guided through the Clojure concepts and carry out coding exercises.
Its essential to attend the evening session on the 25th September if you wish to attend the workshop the next day. This avoids delays for other attendees during the workshop.
Food and drinks will be provided throughout the event, so please let us know if you have any special requirements when you register (on the Google Form).
Code of Conduct
We provide a safe and welcoming environment for everyone, so we will be asking all learners and event volunteers to adhere to our code of conduce, an anti-harassment policy which will be strictly enforced. Please report any incidents to Yolina.
Each volunteer needs to bring a laptop that runs either Mac, Linux or Windows operating system. You should also bring connections to connect to an external screen (if required). If you have questions about your hardware, send an email to one of the organizers before the event!