Creativity. Logic. And the ability to face challenges.
Have you ever thought about the tools that kids and teens will need to thrive in the world they will live in tomorrow?
Computational thinking will help them become creative and it will increase their reasoning and problem-solving skills. And all of this can be achieved by learning how to program.
“If I were a French student and I were 10 years old, I think it would be more important for me to learn coding than English.”
“In 15 years, we’ll be teaching programming just like reading and writing… and wondering why we didn’t do it sooner”
What do students and parents say about us?
My daughter has started to learn to code following the Codelearn method and the best thing about it is that she is always having fun!
She shows me what she is doing everyday and it is surprising. I might also join the program!
Codelearn is a great complement to high school because it teaches you problem-solving techniques that you can apply to anything.
My kids would spend the whole day doing Codelearn exercises, it seems that they actually like doing their homework here!
They have fun and learn – and of course they already know more than me about computers!