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Coding is the new literacy! Some lessons in our computer science curriculum uses the ScratchJr app. With ScratchJr, young children (ages 5-7) can learn and apply computer science concepts. The ScratchJr app is specially designed for preschoolers to allow them to program their own interactive stories and games. In the process, they learn to solve

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Teaching about login

A login is a set of credentials used to authenticate a user. Most often, these consist of a username and password. However, a login may include other information, such as a PIN number, passcode, or passphrase. Some logins require a biometric identifier, such as a fingerprint or retina scan. Logins are used by websites, computer applications, and mobile apps. They are a security measure designed

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Future Proof Education

Our success in preparing kids for their future depends on how well we let them develop relevant skills today. This is true whether we are educators or parents. We must always remember, we are preparing kids for THEIR lives. Not ours. What does this mean ? This means we have to identify the global trends

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8 Benefits of Coding for Kids

Coding runs the modern world, and is a means of controlling technology to work for us. It is a skill like math or languages. It is more complex, of course, but at its core a critical skill in this day and age. The benefits of learning coding is vast. We no longer live in a

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5 Basic Coding Concepts Kids Can Learn

Some may wonder what can preschool-aged kids learn from coding classes. Computing concepts and computational thinking applies in our everyday lives whether we are young or old. The trick to conveying these skills is using an age-appropriate syllabus which encourages holistic development in this areas. Sequencing Sequencing is a very basic concept and should be

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Coding highlights the "T" in Technology

There are many reasons to learn Coding. Here are some.

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