Lately, things have been changing in many places around the world. However, we hope that these articles can bring a little light into your life. Take a look at some of these informative, and at times inspirational stories.
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Great suggestions on how to keep young kids learning during lockdown, and even better, with coding! From parental tips on teaching digital skills to coding games to play with kids, Jaxenter gives useful advice for keeping children entertained during this crazy pandemic.
Aerospace engineer, Aisha Bowe, has created at-home coding kit for kids ages 13 and up. Bowe describes it as “a fun and engaging learning experience while being exposed to the fundamentals of hardware and software design”.
COVID-19 has inspired solidarity in many communities. Different cities across the world are joining together to ensure that people remain happy, healthy, and continue their education throughout this pandemic. A great example is the City of Pittsburgh as they are offering a free coding camp this summer!
Ian Michael Brock, A Chicago teen is asking for $1 to expand his virtual CS summer camp! We love seeing entrepreneurial kids advancing tech ed. This camp is going to last 8 weeks and will be for kids between 5th and 9th grade, check out how he’s been holding coding camps since the age of 12.
Coding has made it possible for AI robots to continue to evolve and is infiltrating the professions of some of our most skilled workforce. More importantly, according to Gulf News, this could affect how our children are learning in the future.
A 14-year-old Canadian student created an app called exercisAR which helps people stay in shape despite the ongoing pandemic. Read more to learn more about Karthik’s popular apps and his accomplishments with fitness and technology.
Teens are changing the world through code everyday. Whether through addressing social problems through technology or by creating apps to promote mental health awareness, these kids are creating a more welcoming environment for teens online.