Enabling adults and teens with special needs to explore the world of coding can be incredibly rewarding for them. From cognitive development and precious skill building, to creative expression and a smart investment in the future.
When you code, you take complex problems and break them down into smaller parts. With coding, one learns how to build small pieces to add up to the solution, approach a problem the way a software engineer does, with logical, computational thinking.
Few cognitive activities are more brain demanding than programming. Coding improves your brain health and prevents neural deterioration. Coding shapes your mental models and help you to visualize abstract concepts.
When you learn how to code, you learn how to communicate with the most simple-minded audience imaginable: computers. As mentioned, coding teaches you logical communication by breaking down complex ideas and arrange them in a way that computers can understand, strengthening both verbal and written skills.
Coding is a basic literacy in the digital age, and it’s important for anyone to understand – and be able to innovate with – the technology around them. There’s a high demand for workers in the tech industry; mastering coding at a young age allows you to excel in any field your choice!
We recognize that each child learns differently. Our curriculum allows students to advance at their own pace. Our goal is that no one is left in the dust and no one is bored by slow progress, for meaningful learning experiences.Book Your Free Assessment
The best way to learn is to experience it, that’s why we conduct our sessions through coding challenges where programming is taught in a fun and intuitive way.
We combine art & programming together, with coding challenges that focuses on teaching the principles of programming through creativity.
Our curriculum is designed to encourage students to find solutions to coding challenges on their own by exploring and experimenting through trial and error learning methodology.