This week’s TFTW celebrates overcoming barriers and women in STEM. This is because tomorrow is Ada Lovelace Day. Whilst thinking about this TFTW, we could also investigate Ada herself, and what barriers she overcame to become the world’s first computer programmer. Find out more about Ada Lovelace Day here.
24 thoughts on “Thought for the week: Ada Lovelace Day”
To face the Barriers you have to make the computer
Black history is when you represent black people
Black history is when you speak music comes
What lovely picture this is😍😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️💖
In faced this is my favourite picture
Maybe we have to reasearch computers like Ada Lovelace made them to concor (means another word for face) out barriers.
When you speak music comes because is when you go everywhere
When you speak music responds
Music is your life
Music moves you
This day is important because when we make mistake when you talk music speaks.
If a word is wrong music speaks
Music responds when you speak and then Emmanuel took my idea😩😩😩
When words fail music speaks for you
Music moves you Ada Lovelace is very important because there are lots of black people who made songs like Bob Marley.Also I love those pictures.
things are always blocking you
When barriers overcome you can unblock it if you try your best
To face barriers you need to face your fears
If something tries to stop me ill trie to work harder 😏😏😏❤️💛💚💙💜
I think you should try harder ❤️❤️❤️
Try your best
We all should try hard🤑😎😊💛😘😍☺️😋🤘🐵🐼🐋🐊🧀🍗🍖🍤🍳🍔🍟🌭🍕🍝🌮🌯🍜🍲🍥🍣🍱🍛🎮🍾🍹🍩🍭🍫🍿🍷😍
A barier is something that stops you
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