Courses

In the Lost Interview with Steve Jobs, Apple’s co-founder said:

I think everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer because it teaches you how to think…

 

Now that software is eating the world by automating all kinds of routine jobs, the basic knowledge of how lines of code create the digital worlds we explore every day is becoming a fundamental digital literacy. Even if you have no plans to become a software developer, learning to code will sharpen your ability to troubleshot and solve problems.

Coding is the new “superpower”

 

Ninja Benefits

A dynamic and engaging environment, the benefits of attending our courses are:

  • Children and adults today become digitally aware for tomorrow, enhancing future prospects in ANY career path

  • Enthusiastically encourage students to code, leveraging hardware by controlling the physical “real world”

  • Driving Ninjas to inspire confidence in their abilities, singularly and as a team. They will be asked to stand up and present their ideas and experience to the class, support others’ ideas, gain support of their own and inspire competitiveness… Just like the “real world”

  • Stretch individuals’ way past the requirements of the national curriculum.

  • Provide a foundation to be an inventor and enhance knowledge to create the next cool gadget or start the journey to be a tech entrepreneur!

  • Make it “Coooool” by developing novel gadgets, understanding their design and enhancements. Then do it yourself with our coaching.

  • Learning to code teaches you how to think. Now apply that thinking to other aspects of your lives…

  • Inspire children with our unique grading structure

The Ninja will be taught systematically in a fun and imaginative way, which includes a setup at home using a laptop computer.

The course requires a small amount of optional self-learning and as a team with exercises driving collaboration.

We don’t like to call it homework… it’s FUNWORK!

 

… Screen time now becomes an educational investment for the future!

 

Warning: it can become highly addictive to extract that final code bug… Splat!