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Technology is rapidly evolving and with this evolution, a significant skills gap has emerged. The demand for future technology skills is growing and traditional education models are not able to support this growth, which is where Quantum Space comes in.
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2021-09-09

Escaping 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️ the Boredom 😴 Trap for Kids nn“I’m bored.” nn“There is nothing to do around here.” nn“I’m tired of being inside all the time.” nnSounds familiar? These, among other statements, are phrases spoken more and more by our children amidst a worsening pandemic, school and entertainment house closures. But boredom does not have to be a bad thing and can even be beneficial.nnIncredibly challenging about the current pandemic is that not all children may feel “bored”. Rather, many are expressing sadness, frustration and anger about the current restrictions they face due to Covid 19. This is where parents can have the greatest impact.nnWe usually respond to our children’s boredom by providing technological entertainment or structured activities. But that's actually counter-productive. Children need time to themselves - to switch off from the bombardment of the outside world, to daydream, pursue their own thoughts and occupations, and discover personal interests and gifts.nnIt doesn’t matter if your child doesn’t have any obvious personal interests or hobbies that they can pursue independently. Just letting the mind wander from time to time is important for everybody’s mental wellbeing and functioning.nnAlthough boredom is known for its role in leading to negative outcomes, boredom has also its benefits. Boredom can be a catalyst for action. nn> Here are 5 benefits of boredomnn1. Boredom actually sparks creativitynnUse your imagination! It’s a phrase repeated all over the world by parents with bored kids. While brain engaging activities are extremely beneficial to a child’s development, so is a bit of boredom.nnBoredom gives your child time and reason to be creative and come up with their own ideas. When your child has self-led free time, they actually get a chance to use their imagination. You may be amazed at what they come up with.nn2. Boredom fosters an appreciation for the excitementnnA bit of boredom is like a rainy day in the middle of summer. It’s a downer when it happens, but it makes us really appreciate the sunny days that follow. If there are no dull moments in a child’s life, they may not appreciate the exciting times as much. nn3. Boredom enhances problem-solving skillsnnLike with creativity, your child needs opportunities to solve their own problems without a parent’s presence there providing an “out” if the problem is too hard.nnBeing forced to come up with their own entertainment may lead to daydreaming, which will ultimately develop your child’s ability to problem-solve. For example, they will feel pride in figuring out which toy they have that will work perfectly as a door to the fort they built, all on their own.nn4. Boredom builds confidencennWhen your child has opportunities to occupy themselves and manages to do so successfully, it gives their self-esteem a boost. When they have free time, they can try new things, test their limits and take risks, which allows them to build their confidence.nn5. Boredom leads to self-discoverynnGiven unstructured time to think freely about whatever naturally comes to mind will help your child learn who they truly are. The child that seems really into science may actually be more interested in practising their skills mixing and measuring while baking.nnThe next time your child complains of being bored, try to help them make the most of their free time. For older children, encourage them to put down their phones or devices. Suggest that they take 30 minutes and do some boredom brainstorming. Encourage them to let their brain wander and see where their thoughts go naturally.nnFor younger children, they will do best with a bit of guided boredom. Ask them to think of something they like to do or something you can do together. If they have siblings, suggest they come up with an activity together.nnWhatever you do, don’t turn on the TV or hand over the iPad if you have already used up the allotted screen time for the day. We don’t want to plant the “avoid boredom with passive entertainment” seed in them if we can help it.nnGiven these benefits, we should embrace boredom, rather than looking for an immediate escape. We should also allow our minds to wander because boredom could be an opportunity for reflection on what we want in life.nnOverall, boredom may seem like a bad word for a parent. We live in a time where boredom is not only unappreciated, it’s vehemently avoided at all costs. But don’t be afraid to allow your child to experience some boredom. It will do them - and you - a world of good.nn“I’m a big believer in boredom. Boredom allows one to indulge in curiosity, and out of curiosity comes everything.” - Steve Jobs

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2021-09-02

Recognising and Celebrating WOMEN’S EQUALITY DAY 2021🙋‍♀️🤝👩‍💻💻nnIn recognition of Women’s Equality Day, we are reflecting on the computer science learning gaps and barriers to entry for girls. Computer Science (CS) presents a powerful opportunity for girls to pursue computer science, show them that they belong, and help them pursue their passions through coding.nnCS education enables everyone to gain widely applicable analytical and problem-solving skills and fosters innovative thinking. While women have outpaced men in bachelor’s degree attainment since 2000, they make up a much smaller proportion of STEM degrees overall and a declining proportion of degrees particularly in CS. This summary highlights the state of CS education in 2020 among girls in grades 7 to 12. It reveals persistent gaps in interest and pursuit of CS learning.nn> Why should women and girls learn to code?nnWomen often struggle for equal pay and recognition in the workplace. The best way to shatter the glass ceiling is with a keyboard! Learning to code opens up more doors for women than you have ever imagined. nn> The few benefits of learning to code are:nn1. True EmpowermentnnWe talk a lot about empowering women. However, what that means is usually not well-defined. Learning a practical skill like coding is empowering in the most literal sense. It helps someone achieve a sense of power and mastery over something that most people will understand. But you should never lose sight of the fact that when women learn SQL and other kinds of coding language such as Java, Python and HTML, they are more empowered than any generation before them.nn2. The New LiteracynnMore than a few people refer to coding as a new kind of literacy. And when you think about it, you can see why. Once upon a time, the ability to read was truly rare. Those who could actually read things like religious or philosophical texts quickly rose to power because they had knowledge and abilities that most did not.nnCoding is now the same way. Most people don’t have this skill. Yet those who do form the backbone of our financial, educational, and cultural lives. In time, the ability to code may become as common as the ability to read. But right now, women have the chance to seize this power and propel their life and career to new heights.nn3. STEM OpportunitiesnnWe have danced around the idea that coding opens many career doors. Now, it’s worth answering the question: why is coding the key to such doors? The answer to this is STEM. More and more jobs now involve STEM on some level, and this has been a double-edged sword for consumers and occupations.nnFor example, we all benefit from automation. Small technological improvements add up to save time and make our lives a bit easier. But this comes at the loss of certain occupations.nnWhen a store gets more automated registers, they typically let a few of their cashiers go. But do you know who has job security? The person who can fix and maintain the automated registers!nnSTEM touches more industries than we ever could have guessed even 10 years ago. Coding brings women into the world of STEM and all the opportunity and job security that comes with it.nn4. Becoming a Role ModelnnNothing helps women like other women. And by learning to code, a woman can easily become a role model that other women and girls need.nnOver the years, many cultural forces have discouraged women from STEM industries. While our collective culture has gotten more progressive, many women still don’t know what they can do until they see other women doing it. Just think: by learning to code, you may positively impact an entire generation of women!nn5. Diversity and OpportunitynnAnother reason for women to join STEM industries? In short, STEM desperately needs more women! The number of women in STEM industries has actually steadily decreased since the 1990s. The situation has created a grim irony: despite the fact that women are more likely to go to college than men, men are still much more likely to pursue STEM degrees and land STEM occupations.nnCoding is a gateway to additional STEM-related disciplines. Women who learn this skill early are uniquely positioned to join the STEM occupations and reverse the current gender gap trend. Also, while it sounds cynical, the current lack of women in STEM has created a number of unique opportunities for female applicants. Many job postings specify that women are particularly encouraged to apply.nn> Celebrating Female Coders that Influenced the Worldnn• Ada LovelacennA mathematician who is considered the Founder of Computer Science.nn• Katherine JohnsonnnA mathematician whose calculations were critical to ensuring the success of Apollo 11 and other missions to space.nn• Margaret HamiltonnnA visionary working mother invented the modern concept of software. Became responsible for the onboard flight software of the Apollo project by 1965, and as she and her colleagues were programming the spacecraft. nn• Grace HoppernnA multiphasic computer scientist and luminary in the US Navy. Hopper wrote the world’s first computer programming manual. nn• Kimberly BryantnnFounder of Black Girls Code, a nonprofit that teaches programming to young girls of colour.nnAll of these women, and most of the famous women in technology, have one thing in common: they had to overcome obstacles to reach the same opportunities and level of credibility as men. If we evaluate what’s affecting gender diversity in tech, the main obstacle has been and continues to be the lack of access to STEM education. nnThe best coders have various skills and abilities, like problem-solving, logic, imagination, empathy (putting themselves in the user’s shoes), excellent communication skills, multitasking, aesthetic judgment and design skills. Stereotypically, many of those traits are female attributes. It’s also necessary for programmers to collaborate, brainstorm, and compromise. nn✨ At Quantum Space, Learning and Innovation Hub, we have 33% of girls doing coding. We urge parents of girls to join our growing team of girl coders and break the society’s norm of considering girls after boys and prove that girls can be great examples as well when it comes to technology. ✨ nn“Women and girls are naturally agents of change. If we teach one girl to code, she will go on to teach more - we've seen this in our own programs and workshops around the country.” - Kimberly Bryantnn#WomenEqualityDay2021 #womensupportingwomen n#womenInCS #womencoding

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2021-08-29

💥 Last day for 4-week Online Coding Program Enrolment! 💥nnHurry now and enrol your child asap as we have limited spaces!nnTo enrol, email us at [email protected]

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2021-08-27

💡Tips To Help Kids Become Successful 💯 Entrepreneurs💴💱💲nnBeing your own boss is the ultimate career goal for many young kids. However, there are inevitably going to be a few obstacles that will get in the way – the most obvious being a lack of funds and experience.nnBut don’t let that put them off! While a quick internet search of ‘how to become an entrepreneur?’ will return thousands of results, it can be a challenge filtering out the most important information and advice. nn> Here are few tips from young entrepreneurs globally to inspire your kids to have a successful businessnn1. Identify a gap in the marketnnThis might be stating the obvious, but it’s perhaps one of the most valuable pieces of advice that’s often overlooked – especially considering the number one reason why startups fail is due to misreading market demand.nnIdentifying a gap that needs to be filled is not about doing something new, but doing something different. While it’s important that the idea should be a profitable one, it should also align with your kids' own interests.nnKids may feel like they are stuck in the mud when it comes to reinventing the wheel, but perseverance and some brainstorming should bring them the light bulb moment. Helping your kids with what you already know from your own experiences can also help your kid come up with an original idea.nn2. Know your audiencennQuick hint here – the audience will never be ‘everyone’. There will always be a demographic that the product or service is better suited for, so identifying who that might be is key. Market research will help your kids identify the wants, needs, behaviours and attitudes of their target audience and how their product or service will serve them best.nn3. Never underestimate the power of a solid business plannnHaving a clear vision and focus while staying objective is paramount if your kids want to be taken seriously and have any chance of their startup getting off the ground (and staying off the ground).nn4. Road-test the business ideannThis is where the fun starts! Road testing the business idea can really help your kid to get to know their business idea and what changes are needed before going public.nn5. Embrace feedback and learn from the mistakesnnFirst of all, nobody is a born entrepreneur. We all learn by making mistakes and it’s being able to accept constructive feedback that’s key for helping your kid’s business to move forward and stay competitive.nn6. Build a strong networknnFrom the friends to the school teachers, it’s important to recognise the value and experience they can offer for your kid and their startup. It doesn’t always have to be in a formal setting, encouraging your kids to make new friends can transform into a professional working relationship or contact. Surrounding themselves with a team that’s just as like-minded, hard-working, committed and driven as them is a winning combination. nn7. Have your finances in good ordernnYour kid might not have all the money (at the moment), but that doesn’t mean they can’t be smart with the funds that they do have when starting up their business. It’s important to have a sound knowledge of managing all financial aspects of the business and prepare for every possibility to help keep their business alive.nnOne of the biggest benefits of teaching your kids about entrepreneurship is that you are able to give them stronger respect for money. Some kids might believe you if you told them money grows on trees, but kids who are exposed to business operations know better.nnMillions of companies and businesses all over the world have been created by entrepreneurs. nnEntrepreneurship, if embedded early in the learning journey of kids, teaches kids to be creative, daring, and believe in themselves and in their business that what they are doing is very important to communities. nn“Don’t worry about being successful but work toward being significant and the success will naturally follow.” - Oprah Winfrey

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2021-08-23

💥 5 Days to go for the 4-week Online Coding Program! 💥nn> Our Programsnn• PRO CODERSnnCode your Own Animated Games!nn- Suitable for children aged 8+.n- No prior coding experience required.n- Using drag & drop coding to design games, build animated characters and learn object-oriented coding. n- Design, test, share and bring the games to life.n- Fosters creativity and problem-solving skills.nnClass Dates: Mondays and Fridays, 30 Aug - 24 September 2021nClass Time: 3pm - 4pmnn• ROBOTICSnnThe future of coding needs input from its most important stakeholders - Kids! nn- Suitable for children aged 10+. n- Ideal for children that have coding experience.n- Full of fun and gets kids to fall in love with coding and innovation using “real world robotics”.n- Learn to create and code robotic Apps using JavaScript.n- Kids are encouraged to think out of the box and apply learning to real-life scenarios. nnClass Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 31 August - 23 September 2021nClass Time: 3pm - 4pmnn• WEB DEVELOPERSnnIntroduction to HTML - the language of the web!nn- Suitable for children aged 10+.n- Ideal for children that have coding experience. n- Transition the coding skills from drag & drop to HTML.n- Build responsive web pages and websites.n- Learn how to structure, create, style and share websites.nnClass Dates: Wednesdays, 1 September - 22 September 2021nClass Time: 3pm - 5pmnnYour child can do one or all programs depending on their coding experience. All our learning material is different and brand-new in each program. nnHurry now and enrol your child asap as we have limited spaces!nnTo enrol, email us at [email protected]

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2021-08-19

Kids can be entrepreneurs💸💳💲 too!nnInstead of kids taking a holiday job, why not encourage them to work for themselves and be entrepreneurs? If they start their own business, they can earn some extra cash and be their own boss. When kids start their business or step into the world of entrepreneurship, they will learn lessons that can last a lifetime. nnJust look at Mark Cuban and Elon Musk! These famous billionaires all started businesses before they were 18 years old. Cuban sold garbage bags to his neighbours, and Musk built and sold a space-themed video game called Blastar. They were both 12 years old then. nnHere are a few business ideas to get your kids started and their minds buzzing!nn1. Social media marketingnnIf your kids are fluent in Instagram or TikTok, they can offer their expertise to local businesses that need help marketing, like your local pizzeria or thrift shops. In eighth grade, Temper Thompson started online marketing, and by age 17, he was earning $30,000 a month selling online marketing courses.nn2. Face masksnnTo help curb the spread of Covid-19, the Ministry of Health and Medical Services is still recommending the general public to wear masks when going out of their homes. Since these accessories aren't going anywhere anytime soon, consider sewing and selling masks with fun designs, local school or sport team logos, or personalised with customers' favourite colours. nn3. Writing fiction or creating comicsnnKids' imaginations are one-of-a-kind and so are the stories they can tell. They can write and illustrate comics, picture books, or short chapter books and sell them to friends and family or submit them to established publishers or local newspaper publishing houses. The late, great Marvel comic-book writer Stan Lee, who created the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, the Avengers, and the X-Men, got his start writing as a teenager.nn4. Tie-dye fashionnnTie-dying took off on social media last year. It's a fun do-it-yourself project that can bring in cash. Customers can bring clothes to tie-dye, or you and your kids can find hoodies and T-shirts at a thrift store and make them look like new. One young entrepreneur who began selling tie-dyed clothes during quarantine is charging $35 for dyed sweatshirts and $18 for shorts. Don't forget to remind your kid to make a TikTok or YouTube video to show off their technique.nn5. TuitionnnIf your kid is skilled at playing an instrument, maths, or reading, they can offer to teach other kids or they can offer to practice with kids younger than them who need a partner to learn with and keep them engaged. Not only will your kid get in your practice time, but you can help inspire someone else to develop their talent.nn6. Coding nnWhether a business owner is creating an app, website, selling products online or using online systems to manage productivity, coding knowledge and services not only provides a productivity boost to a business, it also helps put the business high above its competitors. nnAt Quantum Space, Learning and Innovation Hub, we aspire to give kids a limitless future in their chosen career pathway through understanding coding which sets them up for entrepreneurship by applying problem-solving and creative thinking skills.nnRunning their own business doesn't need to be hard for kids or teenagers. After all, they are the boss. They get to make all their own rules. That said, they can learn a few things from people who have done it before. Stay tuned for next week’s Blog as we bring you some success tips from young entrepreneurs to inspire kids with business endeavours.nn“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” - Walt Disney

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2021-08-18

💥 10 Days to go for the 4-week Online Coding Program! 💥nn> Our Programsnn• PRO CODERSnnCode your Own Animated Games!nn- Suitable for children aged 8+.n- No prior coding experience required.n- Using drag & drop coding to design games, build animated characters and learn object-oriented coding. n- Design, test, share and bring the games to life.n- Fosters creativity and problem-solving skills.nnClass Dates: Mondays and Fridays, 30 Aug - 24 September 2021nClass Time: 3pm - 4pmnn• ROBOTICSnnThe future of coding needs input from its most important stakeholders - Kids! nn- Suitable for children aged 10+. n- Ideal for children that have coding experience.n- Full of fun and gets kids to fall in love with coding and innovation using “real world robotics”.n- Learn to create and code robotic Apps using JavaScript.n- Kids are encouraged to think out of the box and apply learning to real-life scenarios. nnClass Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 31 August - 23 September 2021nClass Time: 3pm - 4pmnn• WEB DEVELOPERSnnIntroduction to HTML - the language of the web!nn- Suitable for children aged 10+.n- Ideal for children that have coding experience. n- Transition the coding skills from drag & drop to HTML.n- Build responsive web pages and websites.n- Learn how to structure, create, style and share websites.nnClass Dates: Wednesdays, 1 September - 22 September 2021nClass Time: 3pm - 5pmnnYour child can do one or all programs depending on their coding experience. All our learning material is different and brand-new in each program. nnHurry now and enrol your child asap as we have limited spaces!nnTo enrol, email us at [email protected]

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2021-08-12

Kids and Entrepreneurship 💸💰💳💲nnKids can come up with some pretty amazing ideas. Infact, ear muffs, the popsicle and the trampoline were all invented by kids.nnEven Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett, who is worth $105.6B, according to Forbes, began hustling as a kid, going door to door selling chewing gum.nnBy becoming an entrepreneur - whether it is simply putting up a neighbourhood lemonade stand, land mowing or developing a new app - kids can learn about budgeting, saving, spending and investing.nnBy encouraging kids entrepreneurship at an early age, it sets them up to have the right mindset. We essentially assure the future generation of entrepreneurs and pioneers that it’s okay to capitalise on their creativity rather than deny it.n nWhat about the kids that don’t seem to be entrepreneurially inclined? There’s no reason you can’t teach them entrepreneurial skills, either! Entrepreneurial skills can benefit your kids no matter where their passion takes them. It will also prove to be highly advantageous if they take these skills with them on their respective career paths.n n> Here are 6 ways to teach your kids to become entrepreneurs:nn1. Teach kids how to recognise opportunitiesn nEntrepreneurship has always been about identifying and solving problems. Entrepreneurs know how to recognise a problem and set about finding a solution. In cases where the problem is present but unacknowledged by society, entrepreneurs find ways to illustrate the concern and the solution. In cases where the problem is known and the solution already exists, entrepreneurs find ways to make the solution better.n nWhatever the case may be, it’s this recognition of the opportunity that leads to entrepreneurs creating a product or service that people soon become dependent on. As a parent, you may find that there are many opportunities for encouraging problem recognition and solution-oriented creativity.n n2. Let the kids solve problemsn nWe, as parents, are often guilty of unknowingly holding our kids back. Of course, we want them to reach their full potential, and of course, we want them to advance and mature. But how can they even start to grow when we are constantly making the big decisions for them?n nIn today’s age of helicopter parenting, many parents don’t allow their kids to think for themselves. They instead insist on taking the reins and making the calls, rushing to fix whatever difficulties they can and shielding their kids from whatever they can’t.n nAs parents, it’s our duty to protect our kids and not suffocate them. Eventually, we have to let them call the shots. We have to let them face adversity head-on and decide for themselves.n n3. Help kids start enterprises early in lifennRemember those situations we mentioned earlier? The lemonade stand and the lawn mowing? Those are examples of kids entrepreneurship that need to be encouraged.n nIt doesn’t matter if it’s been done a million times before. It doesn’t matter if their ventures don’t earn as much as other ventures. It doesn’t matter how simple, how modest, how easy it seems; these early enterprises are all the encouragement your kids need to learn the value of hard work.nnOnce your kid has experienced the creativity, freedom, and (hopefully) financial reward of building their first entrepreneurial venture, they may well be hooked. The best thing you can do to nurture this fiery entrepreneurial spirit is to support them in all their ventures. Whatever business idea they cook up, no matter how big or how small, be their first sponsor. Their first investor. Their first customer.n nThese simple businesses will teach your kids valuable skills that they can bring and apply anywhere:n- How to sell themselves?n- How to handle rejection?n- How to overcome concerns and anxiety?n nIt will also teach them the true worth of earning money through hard work. This will, in turn, make them value their financial resources even more. nn4. Teach financial literacy n nTeaching kids about money when they are young will provide them with a solid financial foundation that is often overlooked in school and later on they lack basic financial literacy knowledge.n nYour kids are never too young to learn financial literacy. In the case of kids, entrepreneurship is an excellent means to introduce it. Kids need to learn how to save their money and invest it in things that matter. They also need to know that they can’t just expect money; they have to earn it.n nWhen they receive money as gifts (especially from grandparents), teach them that those dollars don’t need to be spent; they can be saved. Illustrate how it’s much better to set aside that $20 from grandma rather than blow it on chips or candy.n nOnce your kids are old enough, help them set up their own bank account. Show them how they can track their savings accounts. Teach them how interest works. Aside from making them feel like real adults (which a lot of kids love), it will also help improve their sense of accountability for their personal finances. nn5. Teach your kids to set goalsn nSetting goals is another great entrepreneurial skill that a lot of successful business people like Warren Buffett, and Elon Musk employ. They are practically obsessed with writing their goals down and tracking them as closely as possible. Digital notes, traditional pen-and-paper, voice memos whatever method they choose, smart business people insist on setting SMART goals.n nAnd yes; SMART is capitalised for a reason:nS – specificnM – measurablenA – achievablenR – realisticnT – timely or time-basedn nAs a kid, entrepreneurship might come off as a big, intimidating concept that they are not ready for but setting goals is something simple, straightforward, and easy to understand. It’s something anyone can learn to do from an early age. To effectively teach your kids to become entrepreneurs, goal setting is a must. nn6. Teach technology skillsn nWhat do Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates have in common? They all learned how to code in middle school.n nCoding for kids involves a myriad of skills that are undoubtedly useful and, once fully developed, will only prove beneficial to them in the long run. It fosters skills in math, logic, and creativity. It teaches them problem solving and situational analysis. It involves in-depth computation and reasoning - two things that can impact nearly every profession one can choose to get into, from marketing to medicine, from law to physical labour.n nAbilities learned through coding for kids will eventually flourish and become valuable life skills. For instance; discipline. Coding is no easy feat. Kids will have to learn the basics before they can even start coding and then there are different coding languages to consider, like Python for kids, JavaScript or HTML.n nThere are no shortcuts to learning how to code. Coding for kids can be both rewarding and discouraging, especially when there’s a particularly unforgiving problem that they just can’t solve. Coding inspires the kind of determination kids need to foster if they want to rise above the roadblocks and challenges life is going to throw at them later on. n nYou can inspire entrepreneurial skills in your kids by encouraging them to code. Coding for kids is not as unheard of or as difficult as you may think. nnThese tips can be useful in at least introducing entrepreneurship in your kid’s life if they already aren’t thinking about it which can take them a long way in their life. nn✨ At Quantum Space, Learning and Innovation Hub, our coding programs for kids can hone the entrepreneurial mindset in them, opening up avenues and opportunities for them to further develop their other entrepreneurial skills. ✨nnStay tuned next week as we bring you a list of small business ideas for kids that they can think of implementing and taking their first steps towards entrepreneurship from the safety of their homes.nn“Kids are just a sponge. When you expose them to things like brainstorming and prototyping, they get it. They are almost naturals at it.” - Don Bossi

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2021-08-10

💥 NEW CODING PROGRAMS!!! 💥nnCoding is quickly becoming an essential skill, one that will prepare your kids to succeed in an increasingly digital world.nnOur new coding programs PRO CODERS and ROBOTICS are designed for every age group to encourage their curiosity, improve concentration, and enhance creativity and problem-solving skills by learning to code.nnOur aim is for kids to have a great time learning to code while also gaining a sense of achievement.nn> Our 4-week Online Programsnn• 1 hour session twice a week for 4 weeks (Pro Coders and Robotics)n• 2 hours session once a week for 4 weeks (Web Developers)n• Get exclusive access to brand-new, instructor-led sessions delivered over 4 weeks to keep your kids engaged at homen• Live instructor supportnn> Our Programsnn• PRO CODERSnnCode your Own Animated Games!nn- Suitable for children aged 8+.n- No prior coding experience required.n- Using drag & drop coding to design games, build animated characters and learn object-oriented coding. n- Design, test, share and bring the games to life.n- Fosters creativity and problem-solving skills.nnClass Dates: Mondays and Fridays, 30 Aug - 24 September 2021nClass Time: 3pm - 4pmnn• ROBOTICSnnThe future of coding needs input from its most important stakeholders - Kids! nn- Suitable for children aged 10+. n- Ideal for children that have coding experience.n- Full of fun and gets kids to fall in love with coding and innovation using “real world robotics”.n- Learn to create and code robotic Apps using JavaScript.n- Kids are encouraged to think out of the box and apply learning to real-life scenarios. nnClass Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 31 August - 23 September 2021nClass Time: 3pm - 4pmnn• WEB DEVELOPERSnnIntroduction to HTML - the language of the web!nn- Suitable for children aged 10+.n- Ideal for children that have coding experience. n- Transition the coding skills from drag & drop to HTML.n- Build responsive web pages and websites.n- Learn how to structure, create, style and share websites.nnClass Dates: Wednesdays, 1 September - 22 September 2021nClass Time: 3pm - 5pmnnYour child can do one or all programs depending on their coding experience. All our learning material is different and brand-new in each program. nn> How does it work?nnOur instructors will host the online sessions like one of our regular after-school classes and your child will be able to learn and communicate in real-time. nnEnrol Now! Email us at [email protected] nn“Computer programming is quickly becoming an essential career skill. Learning to code is a fantastic opportunity equalizer - if you’re good at it, it can help you achieve your dreams.” - Cory Booker, U.S. Senator

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