The Hour of Code is coming to Taiwan and Thailand ! We are very happy to be among the Code.org official partners for Taiwan and Thailand for the upcoming “Hour of Code” event between December 7th to December 13th. Code Adventures will be hosting the “Hour of Code” event in selected locations in Taipei and […]
The very 1st Code Adventures pilot in Taiwan has started few weeks ago at Kids Link in Taipei. A class of 10 students is undergoing our 3 months program. The program introduces kids to computer science and covers multiple aspects: understanding computers, human-machine interaction, coding, robotics and soft skills such as teamwork, problem solving and […]
Thanks to the enthusiastic feedback received and the assistant of CIMB Bank and ABAC University, Code Adventures will run for a full year for all 150 students of Phimarnvit School
We are very happy to announce that right after the summer we will be performing our very first laboratory in Taiwan in collaboration with a school located in Daan District, Taipei. The course will introduce 6 to 12 years old kids to What is a computer ? Building your own computer Human machine interaction Robotics Coding Web […]
Code Adventures is going fast in Thailand ! 2nd week of July will see the start of our 2nd laboratory in Thailand, a 7 weeks program for the students at Phirmanvit School in Bangkok
All of my friends who have younger siblings who are going to college or high school, my number one piece of advice is: you should learn how to code.
Coding is often seen as a geeky, inelegant, technical thing that would draw the interest of boys only. If we have a look at gender diversity in tech companies it is hard to argue about it.
Tech is still a men’s world but if we look at what women have accomplished in Computer Science, despite this huge inequality, it is undeniably remarkable.
Part of our mission is to make coding and computer programming related subjects more attractive for girls as well, because coding is fun and should be for everybody. […]
Mitch Reisnick from MIT Media Lab, the World’s most famous Computer Science University, is skeptical about the term “digital natives” when it comes to new generations.
You can see young generations being very comfortable and familiar using new technologies to browse and chat, but very little if not none when it comes to create something using them. It is like they can read but not write using new technologies. So he shares the same concern that parents have. […]
The UK is throwing away its great computer heritage by failing to teach programming in schools. Today, none of the world’s leading exponents in these fields are from the UK.
Kids are losing interest in math despite the fact that math is more important to the World now than at any point in human history. Governments and teachers are scratching their heads: on one hand we’re losing interest in math but on the other we’re living in a more and more mathematical world.
How to fix that ? What is the answer ? It’s simple: use computers. […]