Coding is the new literacy! While programming language trends vary, foundational concepts found in our Java/Python program for middle school and high school students – such as functions, modules, iterations and boolean logic – are the building blocks of any coding language.
With our low-code platform, children learn to create clean code without getting slowed down with syntax and bugs, while still learning to read and analyze code that will eventually progress them onto text-based code editors.
Using a licensed low-code platform, your child converts algorithms into executable code blocks. They learn to read and understand Java. Children learn to analyze data using Python and get familiar with data mining methods and insights generation
We match three children of similar ages or skill levels in a group with one tutor. Groups meet weekly for one-hour sessions, and children will see the same tutor week after week for consistency.
New concepts are taught, discussed and reinforced in class each week. Between classes, self-learning modules help students hone their coding skills and further their interests. The small-group class model guarantees individual attention and extra help when needed.
While developing a proficiency in coding Java and Python, students develop logical algorithmic thinking and problem-solving skills, which can be applied to many different situations and subjects.
The process of creating coding projects helps children to develop not only computational thinking skills but also life skills known as the four Cs: Creativity, Communication, Collaboration, and Critical thinking.
Many students show higher engagement rates and better retention of new concepts when they learn with peers. Techfunic classes also facilitate your child’s development of emotional and social intelligence through interactions with a diverse group of peers and tutors.
Our programs help students to develop strong self-study habits and increase confidence in STEM, which can translate into better performance across multiple subjects.