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Over the past few years we have seen breakthroughs in confidence, reading, writing and problem solving all whilst playing and making video games. Computer games can be good for learning. It is all about balance and too much screen time can be just that “too much”. In this article Max Brooks (writer of Waterstones Minecraft: […]
Love this question from a parent looking to help kids learn code. The key is the use of the word PROJECT. We use project-based learning as an underlying principle to teaching kids code. When I was learning to code, I found that building projects that interested me was the key step that helped me crystallise […]
There is a new term being banded around since the new computing curriculum was launched in September 2014. Computational Thinking Computational Thinking is not something I’d really heard and I’ve spent 20 years in IT. In the old curriculum children discovered how to use software but did not learn how to make it. Learning to code […]
Girls Who “Create” Choose STEM The shortage of women pursuing careers in computer science and engineering is a hot topic these days. Fortunately, the future for the next generation of girls is looking bright, according to a new study by Intel. Their research finds that “girls that make, design and create things using technology develop […]
This amazing present gives the gift of code to your kids at the right age (7-11) so they can become Junior Game Creators. Nurturing an interest in computer science will give your kids a great foundation for future learning opportunities and is our passion. Playing games is fun, making games is genius… Learn more >> Sign […]