Ambassadors learn how apps are developed for social good, coding concepts used in app development, how to create a data visualization, and how app developers decide what kind of data to collect.
They will practice coding a data object by creating one that describes themselves, then another data object for a female leader or the leader they aspire to be in the future.
They then create data visualizations using information about the number of women who have been elected to the United States Congress every year since 1917. They create questionnaires to gather data from a woman they know who is in a leadership role and analyze the data they've collected from female leaders with their questionnaires, exploring how it can be visualized and used for user-centered app design.
Girls are then tasked to design their own app based on the data they have collected and analyzed, and pitch it to the group.
Iron-on. Twill with embroidery. Polyester. Made in USA.
Girl Scout badges, awards, and other insignia that are earned for the accomplishment of skill building activities or any set requirements should be presented, worn, or displayed only after Girl Scouts have completed the requirements outlined in the appropriate program materials.