Teachers stress on 21st century learning and the importance for kids to learn how to code in schools. Yet, we as parents may have little knowledge about coding ourselves. So, how do you plan your child's learning path for coding or computer programming classes?
Parents keen on planning a learning path for their kids, can check out KidoCode's adaptive learning system for their students.
KidoCode provides computer programming classes for kids and teens. Their foundation programme is very useful for anybody who would like to learn computer programming and learn depending on their own level of knowledge and abilities. Kids & Teens will receive wide exposure to Python programming and math, web development, electronics, mobile app development, and more.
Not only that, realizing that computer programming is not only about sitting behind the computer and coming up with programmes that work, the course also helps students to become better speakers and presenters. Students also learn to work in teams for certain projects that require team work.
Once your child has completed the foundation course, he can then move on to more advanced languages and specialized areas of interest to him or her. This could be web development, mobile development, electronics & robotics, or game development.
The courses are well structured and planned by experts in the field with input from practitioners. When you send your child to a coding enrichment class, go for courses that include a well planned and structured learning path so that your child does not learn computer lessons in an ad hoc and unplanned manner. When it comes to coding, there should be continuity and progression just like any other lesson or subject.
Computer courses at KidoCode are designed to introduce computer programming concepts to kids from ages 6 to 18. Students can learn at their own pace in a relaxed and cozy environment. All kids should be exposed to computer programming skills in today's app reliant digital world. Let your child experience a class at KidoCode today. Within 3 hours, your child should be able to develop his first mobile app!
Free trial classes are being held from Tuesday-Sunday in two time slots, 11am and 3pm. Here is the upcoming schedule for their MIT & Google Programming for Kids & Teens:
February 08 – February 12
February 14 – February 19
February 21 – February 26
February 28 – March 05
March 07 – March 12
March 14 – March 19
March 21 – March 26
March 28 – March 31
Register now at http://kidocode.com/freesession?blink=09iklDsd94jGjksl
KidoCode is located at L-2-3A Solaris Mont Kiara, Jalan Solaris Off Jalan Duta Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur. Contact them at 03-6411 0968.