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9 Nov

Why kids should learn code as a second language?

Computer science is the new language of the world, and it’s also one of the fastest growing occupations. Almost everything in our daily lives relies on software, hardware and even software development. Other than coding and logic thinking being necessary skills, they’ll also give your child a ch...

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3 Nov

CoderZ News: Webinars, MassTEC, MA STEM Summit and more

We’ve always considered that being transparent is a fundamental part of our job. We couldn’t simply sit behind our desk and not share with you everything that has been going on from our end. Therefore, we wanted to tell you that we have been doing many things and planning some more to surprise ...

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31 Oct

Megan Smith: Leading technology nationwide

When thinking about a successful career in the fields of technology, innovation, leadership and building the roads we're all going to walk through in the near future there are a few names that come to mind. Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg and even Joseph Gordon Levitt (who ...

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27 Oct

Best coding websites for kids

There has never been a better time to teach kids how to code. Recent researches have showed that programming is one of the most valuable skills that peoplecan bring into the job market, so many parents and schools are looking for new engaging, unique and affordable ways to teach computer science to ...

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19 Oct

RoboGabby: Conquering the worlds of STEM and Robotics

A few weeks ago, surfing the web, we discovered something that, in some way, changed our mindset and our direction. What we saw, came to reenforce our thesis. Tools like ours allow kids to get into robotics and to create interest in STEM fields in a way that is engaging, affordable and fun. A few w...

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18 Oct

Why teach coding to high school students?

Across the globe, many companies are struggling to fill IT positions that require coding and programming skills. Whether the company is a new tech start-up, a thriving financial institution or a blue chip manufacturer, chances are good that they have lots of programming positions to fill but are fin...

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13 Oct

Cheshire cats, standards and tests

“Alice asked the Cheshire Cat, who was sitting in a tree, “What road do I take?” The cat asked, “Where do you want to go?” “I don’t know,” Alice answered. “Then,” said the cat, “it really doesn’t matter, does it?” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland When...

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10 Oct

STEM education: The new kid on the block

Recent research tells us the United States of America is lagging behind in scientific, mathematical and technological fields. These fast-growing fields are in desperate need of professionals. Eighth-graders in the United States are being outperformed by students in Singapore, Chinese Taipei, Republi...

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6 Oct

Dynamic Education: Let the students discover knowledge

For the first time in my life as a content writer, I’ll do a more personal post. Today, I feel like opening the cover of my own book and sharing some experiences that, somehow, have to do with the field that has been inspiring all of the past posts of this blog: Education. I was lucky enough to ha...

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29 Sep

4 iPad apps that teach kids coding

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...

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