We encourage student-centric learning by allowing students to decide what they want to learn, how they want to learn and when they want to learn.
Connecting learning to what student likes increases their involvement as they willingly spend time thinking, collaborating, and creating ideas to impact real world problems
Being exposed to careers and majors at an early age helps students figure out where they fit in best and what career pathway do they want to take when they grow up
Students need focus on school education, but also things like innovation and problem solving and creativity. Giving kids an opportunity to find different ways to pursue their passion.
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If you aren’t a programmer yourself, encouraging you’re six years old to think like
a programmer would be a difficult place to begin. You won't be able to teach them
anything related to their personal experience. Instead, you will need resources and
tools to teach them the correct coding habits. The best way you can teach your kids
about coding and creating is by teaching them how coding can involve creativity.
Coding easily solves an issue and builds a simpler way of doing coding and programming. Apart from that, you can also teach your kids to do computational thinking. Though computational thinking also involves algorithms that are high level, coding experience is also a well thought out process. The best way to get this done is by teaching them to think step by step instead of doing it at one go.
Help students learn the skills they love!