The importance of computer literacy, computer science education, and learning how to code are finally being recognized by education experts across the globe. This month’s Top 10 presents several articles exploring the best way to teach computing skills to young people and unique ways coding is being effectively introduced and taught.Prepare your child for success: If you are looking for your child to learn to code, explore our live, teacher-led coding classes. Thousands of satisfied students. Highly rated.
Research shows that parent engagement in extracurricular activities, including coding, can promote children’s engagement. Family coding nights are becoming a popular way for kids and parents to learn together.
Jon Corbett coined the phrase Indigitalization, which refers to bringing an Indigenous perspective to the programming and tech world. He is combining his art and computer programming for the cause.
Karlie Kloss and artist Shantell Martin have joined forces to empower coders. The British artist has designed a limited-edition hoodie imprinted with various coding symbols that will benefit the nonprofit Kode With Klossy.
Girls’ Confidence Plummets Starting at Age 8; the authors discuss their research and how parents can counter this trend and help their kids stay confident into their tween and teen years and beyond.
When Freshman Ruby Kilpper and sophomore Sydney Whited of the Providence School high school set out to develop an app for the Congressional App Challenge, they had a lot of ideas and not much time to choose one.
Computer coding can start you on a meaningful career path, but only if you have the access to learn it. Code Jumper allows children who are blind to learn computer coding alongside peers.
Alex Cowan, a professor at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, believes students should learn to code, but sees coding as just one skill in a well-rounded professional toolkit, most effective when bundled with a host of other business and leadership traits.
The lack of coding curricula for younger students has left a significant teaching gap in 21st-century skills, such as problem-solving, designing and computation-thinking.