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Category: Online Coding Classes

Get Ready for Coding in School with Fun Summer Bootcamp Sessions

Published on August 25, 2021
Every aspect of life was disrupted by the pandemic, from the global economy to people’s private lives. When schools had to shut down classrooms for in-person learning, children accustomed to socializing with their peers and seeing their teacher face to face had to pivot to online learning. Many parents worked from home and had to […]
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Examining The Best Coding Apps Out There for Kids and Teens

Published on August 11, 2021
In many ways, the world of modern technology is all about the world of apps. Apps give users the functionality of a website but on a slick and portable format more suitable to smartphones, tablets, and sometimes even desktops. There’s an app for nearly every purpose you can imagine, and if there isn’t one, there […]
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Online Coding Classes Help Fight Summer Brain Drain

Published on July 27, 2021
Summer is the time where kids relax, play, and socialize with their friends. Exploring their surroundings and hanging out with their peers teaches them important lessons about life that can’t be learned any other way. But after a school year unlike any other, where COVID-19 compelled schools to close for in-class learning, parents are understandably […]
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How to Pick Online Coding Courses at RP4K

Published on July 13, 2021
You probably hear a lot about how children should learn how to program computers because they’re the future. This is true! But parents may struggle to know precisely what their children need to learn, especially if they (the parents) don’t know much about computer programming. Where exactly should kids begin? How does the student’s age […]
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Coding Terms You Need to Know

Published on April 14, 2021
Every activity or subject has its own jargon or common words that have specific meanings in that context. You don’t need to be a poet to understand the word “metaphor,” but literature also features more specialized terms like “assonance” or “onomatopoeia.” Sometimes, a word may have one connotation in general usage, but it means something […]
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Coding Imparts Math Skills and Good Mental Habits

Published on March 25, 2021
Parents face a tricky balance; how can they ensure their child has ample time for innocent, unstructured play that all kids need while also readying them for future competition? This question is an old one that has been complicated, like everything else, by COVID-19. Every parent who is managing their family throughout all of this […]
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4 Ways Learning to Code Improves Your Mind

Published on March 9, 2021
Sometimes people learn more than they expect to when they delve into certain subjects. Disciplines like literature teach lessons in between the lines — the words themselves contain meaning, but there are secondary, implied lessons that students absorb incidentally. What can a student learn from coding, aside from learning to code? What are the direct […]
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What Your Child Needs for Online Coding Lessons

Published on February 26, 2021
You’ve finally decided to enroll your child in online coding classes — good! That’s the first step. Our programming courses are designed to be easy to take from home. There are just a few things you need to know before you begin, and soon, your child will be working away programming video games and losing […]
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How do Coding Skills Transfer to the Classroom?

Published on February 9, 2021
Sometimes, people have wonderful hobbies that also have secondary benefits. Kids who learn music get to experience and share the joys of instruments like guitar or piano, but playing music also helps improve cognitive abilities related to language, memory, and math skills. Learning to code has many primary benefits and a lot of secondary benefits […]
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The Best Way for Kids to Learn Coding

Published on January 25, 2021
While not everybody learns the same way, some pedagogical approaches work better than others. It’s especially important to find the right path for kids to learn because they’re new to learning, which is all fresh for them. The last thing a teacher wants to do to a young child is turn them off the subject […]
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