Open Sourcing Imagination
Here at Codify Zone, we make sure our students learn how to design games, control robots and create Apps while using their computational and critical thinking.
In our company we promote and teach open source software. We want our students to contribute, share and support each other in a world where access to knowledge and ability is open to everyone.
We have designed custom curriculums for each of our programs where your children will do more than just be able to make stuff and be happy assembling from pre designed kits. There is not much learning here as they are using the same pieces over and over again without applying any abstract thinking.
At Codifyzone students will have flexibility and control over every aspect of their Computational and Engineering learning. They will be using good open source platforms that will allow them to gain knowledge of things like electronics, programming, reason, logic, resourcefulness, imagination and innovation.
We want our students to create their own games, projects and simulations, and then share them with other young programmers from around the world!!
What is computational thinking?
It’s a way to reach the best and effective solution to a problem that needs a computer answer with a combination of human and machine input.
What is critical thinking?
Critical thinking involves students thinking broadly and deeply using skills, behaviours and dispositions such as reason, logic, resourcefulness, imagination and innovation in all learning areas at school and in their lives beyond school.
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