What We Do?According to the Information and Communications Technology Council of Canada, there will be an estimated shortage of more than 200,000 ICT workers in Canada by 2020. Learning to code can lead to rewarding and lucrative careers for our youth. That said, teaching kids to code is about more than just helping children understand the technology they are using and secure employment in the future. At a fundamental level, rather than learning a specific language or tool like JAVA or Scratch, children learn how to think and compute in a computational way.
Where We Special?We develop all of our educational content in partnership with experienced educators, industry-leading experts, and volunteer students. We proudly stand behind our work with a 100% guarantee to motivate children to become great learners. No matter the age of your child, from 6 – 15 years old, and whether or not they have experience with coding, our dedicated specialists will always help you find the most suitable program to enhance your child’s desire and ability to learn.
Who We Are?We are an ambitious team whose purpose is to inspire and elevate the Canadian youth to use their knowledge of technology to become influencers, inventors and innovators in the future. Learning to code empowers kids to use technology as a creative tool to build solutions for challenges people face every day. We want to let kids build, not just consume the technology around them, from video games to websites, robots and more in our unique gamification way. More importantly, we want kids to experience the satisfaction and thrill of building something of their very own.
Why We Do?We believe that it will be just as important for the youth to learn to code just as much as learning the alphabet and numeral system. This will prepare them for the fast-progressing technological revolution of artificial intelligence. We believe that introducing children to a world of algorithms, logistics and quizzes also develop important life skills such as problem-solving, computational thinking, collaborative and independent working skills, and the fluidity in thinking.
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