Computational thinking embraces the methods and abilities to express and solve problems in languages that a computer could understand, process and execute.
However, it is not uniquely about the computing world, but it has also many educational benefits:
Codelearn is not only a gamified online platform but also the group of educators behind it, as the students are always accompanied.
Most people who start a MOOC does not complete the online course because it is difficult to be motivated if you are alone. This does not happen with Codelearn, where you will have an assigned mentor that will be by your side, helping you whenever you hit a roadblock but also expecting you to do your work autonomously.
Furthermore, if you live near one of our academies, you can come a few days every week to learn, experiment and socialize!
Our platform is not just where the contents are – we aim to convert the learning experience into a game and a social experience.
We are IT professionals that have created this method for our own children. They deserve to learn what they will need in their future.
Our teachers used to teach from Computer Science to aerodynamics in the university – We adapted all this for kids!
Online doesn’t mean without help – that’s why you’ll be able to contact your teacher or classmates and we also have physical sites!
"Languages and Maths"
After a while at Codelearn we have found out that it is not only about programming and computer science, as our kids are also improving their English and Maths school grades!
"They have fun!"
My daughter started to learn programming at Codelearn and the best thing about it is that she is always having fun! She shows me what she does everyday and it is surprising. I may also join the program!
"They like doing homework"
Mi kids could spend the whole day doing Codelearn exercises, they actually like doing homework here! They have fun and learn - and they already know more than me about computers!
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