Learning to code is becoming a part of the curriculum in K-12, a trend which is expanding rapidly around the world. Code literacy is considered essential not only for future software engineers but for many other occupations as well. A secondary benefit afforded to students learning to code is the development of algorithmic thinking as a basis for problem solving. This type of thinking is a crucial enabler for obtaining important 21st-century skills.
CodeMonkey aims to promote K12 coding. It partened with Code.org as part of the Hour of Code Initiative since 2014, in order to provide an equal opportunity for children learn to code.
CodeMonkey is providing an “In-School Hour of Code Workshop” now:
- Target: Primary grade 3-4 students
- Learn real programming language
- Raise students’ interest in coding
- Know the foundation coding concepts
- Train up computational thinking, organizing and problem solving skill
- Time: 60 mins
- Coved concepts: objects, program, argument, statement, syntax, etc.
* Students and teachers can get a CodeMonkey account. Teachers can monitor students’ progress at teacher dashboard.
Want to join In-School Hour of Code Workshop? Click contact us! Our tutor will visit your school and carry out the workshop for your students!