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CREATING THE KNOWLEDGE  ECONOMY CURRICULUM FOR KIDS

Learn To Code for Kids

Byteknack Offers Interactive Coding Courses For Kids And Beginners

We offer computer science, computational thinking, and programming lessons through an engaging story book based E-learning platform that is powered by artificial intelligence to provide kids and beginners with an individualized curriculum based on how they naturally learn.To prepare children to thrive in an increasingly digital world, we must teach logic, algorithmic thinking, and simulation/modeling. From this instruction, children learn how to formulate problems that can be solved by a human or machine as well as coding concepts to implement those solutions. Our computer science programming and coding courses for kids and beginners focuses on these critical skills that are as important as reading, writing and arithmetic in the 21st century.

Computational Thinking Is Fundamental To Learn To Code

Computational thinking is the fundamental way to solve complex problems by understanding how to break them down to the smallest and simplest components. We offer computational thinking lessons for children so they can start thinking and approaching problems in a logical way to succeed in any school subject and career they choose to pursue. As companies become more digital, this will be a core skill that can be applied to any field. We feel teaching these concepts at an early age, they will be easier to understand; this will help them do well in school and chosen careers in the future. In addition, the students are more likely to see themselves as technology creators and innovators versus just consumers. Once the groundwork is established with computational thinking, the programming courses will be easier for them to grasp because they will have a strong foundation of the logic behind the code. If they know how to break down a problem that a human or machine can solve, the programming of how to make a computer actually work out the solution will be easier and logical for them.

 

 
 

How will we accomplish this?

We are developing an online creative platform to teach children computer science and programming using artificial intelligence to personalize the learning experiences.

Education should prepare young people for jobs that do not yet exist, using technologies that have not yet been invented, to solve problems of which we are not yet aware
— Richard Riley