After-school Coding Program for Kids

Coding for kids in Abuja Coding is one of the most sought after skills in 21st century and we are providing kids and teens the skills with applicable practical approaches.

Coding can be tough for beginners but this is not just a kid's issue, it's a general case. Kids are pretty fast learners (they could quickly figure out why it worked or why it didn't work) even more than most adults. This sort of ability is a major skill or ability for programming, a term called debugging.
Kids can learn and grasp new ideas much faster when guided, with the right instructor, the speed can be a lot faster. This ability of students to understand and apply new ideas and the speed at which they learn them are two of the most important things we make sure are planned for in all of our coding programs.

Kids are not the same, some kids grasp new ideas faster than others, but it doesn't mean some are better than others - every child has some sort of unique potentials in them that may not be found in many other kids. So, rather than using a general pace to coach kids in coding, we use student self-paces. Although the curriculum is the same in general, we some sort of flexibility that allow each chils to go through each course at his pace.

This helps the student to

Self pace helps in managing the students to clearly express the path they are likely to follow in coding. Such chosen paths will largely determine the student's future career in the field of computing or engineering.

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This approach of coaching is fully practiced in our home coding coaching. In these courses, the instructor follow the student's progress rather than the student following the instructor's progress.

The computer is known to be a machine because of its physical appearance and the features it possesses, it only understands the command given to it by the programmer or the operator. The programmer gives command to the computer using the programming languages of which the computer understands (many of such languages are translated into machine language - the actual language that the computer understand), this act is known as coding (computer programming). Computer programming is seen as a way of giving computers instructions about what they should do next, these instructions are known as codes and computer programmers write code to solve problems or perform a task.
Coding is one or more commands and algorithm designed to be carried out by itself. Computer coding is best seen as application or software development in a given programming language. With the help of coding the creation of computer softwares, applications, and website development are made possible. Programming languages have helped in the development of the internet which has brought people closer. The development of computer software and mobile application such as games and other non-games applications are done programmers.

Having known that coding is the act of computer programming; software development is the process of designing, programming, documenting, testing and bug fixing involved in creating and maintaining applications, frameworks or other software components. It is also noted that software development and application are interrelated; let’s use the Microsoft Office Word as an example; having Microsoft in your computer is a software but its ability to perform specific tasks for you such formatting your texts makes it an application. Computer programming is the process of designing and building an executable computer program for accomplishing a specific computing task.
A computer programming language is a language used to write specific set of instruction. There are different programming languages. These are some of the most popular programming languages (in terms of global usage):

  • Python
  • Java
  • PHP
  • C# (pronounced: "C sharp")
  • JavaScript