Attendees Code of Conduct
Working with others is one of the most important life skills we teach at BitCamp. You should be open to sharing materials and knowledge with those around you. One of the best ways to master a subject is to be able to explain it to others. If you’ve learned something interesting share it with the rest of the class. Ask questions when you don’t understand.
Volunteers have put in a lot of time and resources to put on BitCamp events. When working with class materials treat them as if they were your own. Attendees should listen to those presenting instruction and raise their hand to ask questions. Discussion is encouraged while working on the activities but those discussions should not be so loud that they disturb those around you. Respect those around you as you will be working with them on activities. Very likely you’ll be working with people that are different than you. Bullying or other aggressive behavior toward other attendees or volunteers will not be tolerated and is grounds for immediate removal. A good rule of thumb is if you can’t do it at school you should not be doing it at a BitCamp event.
If you enjoyed BitCamp please share what you’ve learned with other kids. Provide feedback to instructors and organizers to make the sessions better.