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'''Your role will be to:'''
 
'''Your role will be to:'''
* know your audience is a group of women and gender diverse folks who are new to coding--students began their cohort with very little to no experience coding; Ada provides them with 7 months of intensive classroom experience in Ruby, Rails, HTML/CSS, and JS followed by a 5 month industry internship; please define terms, do not assume that they know something already, and do not refer to concepts as something that "programmers should already know", as something that "you can't get a job if you don't understand", or as “easy”. Things that are easy to you may be difficult to someone else, and trivializing them trivializes a person who struggles with them.
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* know your audience is a group of women and non-binary folk who are new to coding--students began their cohort with very little to no experience coding; Ada provides them with 7 months of intensive classroom experience in Ruby, Rails, HTML/CSS, and JS followed by a 5 month industry internship; please define terms, do not assume that they know something already, and do not refer to concepts as something that "programmers should already know", as something that "you can't get a job if you don't understand", or as “easy”. Things that are easy to you may be difficult to someone else, and trivializing them trivializes a person who struggles with them.
 
* provide expertise knowledge to students on why/when/how coding structures are used
 
* provide expertise knowledge to students on why/when/how coding structures are used
 
* help students get "unstuck" by asking them probing questions, providing suggestions, and scaffolding the process of solving a problem
 
* help students get "unstuck" by asking them probing questions, providing suggestions, and scaffolding the process of solving a problem

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