Children are all born with infinite potential and creativity. They have open minds with unlimited capacity to learn and achieve. They are the future creators to build a better world. The ultimate goal of education is to enable and inspire one’s inborn talent and virtuousness blossoms in life.
In the era of information explosion, people are easily exposed to all kinds of knowledge everywhere. In order to optimize the use of information, coaching one’s problem solving and critical thinking skills are keys to learn and work effectively. Nevertheless, being innovative in all terms is also indispensible to be successful in the fast moving world.
STEM is an acronym that refers to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. STEM integrates these four disciplines into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications. Learning STEM can foster skills and growth mindsets among young people so that they gain a greater perspective on the world.
“Learning to write programs stretches your mind, and helps you think better, creates a way of thinking about things that I think is helpful in all domains.”
– Bill Gates, Co-founder of Microsoft
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"I view it (Computer Science) as a liberal art. It should be something that everybody learns.”
– Steve Jobs, Founder of Apple
RoboCode Academy was founded by a passionate scientist, engineer & educator who dedicates to equipping our next generations with the crucial 21st century skills, through developing the computational mindset and digital literacy. With adaptive curriculums and state-of-the-art software, our courses are designed to foster creativity, develop potentials and boost self-confidence, which empowers and inspires our future leaders to actively contribute to the society positively.
Start-up has been a very popular topic in town in the past few years. Being adjudicator of various start-up competitions, Jackei finds that the knowledge of STEM is highly essential across all industries in articulating the all-rounded nature of entrepreneurs. And with all his experiences teaching in the University, he observes that learning of those skills should better be started early.
In 2017, Jackei decided to devote himself for the good sake of the next generation by offering coding courses for children aged 4 or above. Indeed, it is not the technical coding skills that matters, it is the logical thinking, experimenter’s mindset, and an innate desire to be a creator (not just a consumer) that render the kids advantageous over their counterparts in their future challenges.
"We don't want necessarily every young child to become a computer scientist or to work as an engineer, but we want every young child to be exposed to these new ways of thinking that coding makes possible,"
- Marina Umaschi Bers, co-developer of Scratch Jr.
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