There are a variety of iPad coding apps for kids. In this day and age, all students should have the opportunity to learn how to code with STEM lesson plans built to keep them engaged. Introducing kids to computer coding skills that are critical for the digital age is positive progress and it ensures that they are able to innovate
Don’t worry. You are not the first person in the world going through this dilemma. Many teachers and parents who didn’t grow up in a world that every day is becoming more digital, automatic and individualistic, ask themselves the same question: Why should I teach my kids how to code and program? In very simple words, for the same reasons
We all want to be successful in whatever it is we are involved in: Our jobs, our hobbies and our relationships. If you are on a robotics team, you probably want to it to be successful too. But, what is success for a robotics team? Before we know how to achieve something, we must know what we want to achieve.
The first Coderz meetup has launched successfully last week. We invite you now to join us in leading STEM Revolution in your environment with our support! Coderz is a powerful, easy to use online platform for teaching in-demand real-world technologies such as object-oriented programming, robotics and physical computing. With Coderz, you can offer a unique learning experience that engages students
Programming is a great skill for any child to learn and develop. Programming basics are something that anyone who will one day work with computers should have a handle on. However, there are so many different programming languages, it can be hard to decide which one will be the best to pick for your students. Here is an overview of
It would not be an understatement to say that coding is now the biggest force in STEM education. Back in 1995, in an interview for Channel 4, Steve Jobs said that “Everybody in this country should learn to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think”. Some 20 years later we are witnessing his vision being realized with a lot of back-wind from organizations