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  • The Number of Scenes Which Changes Favorably According to Every Level
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  • 2+ Students
  • The Number of Scenes Which Changes Favorably According to Every Level
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  • Teacher Panel
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What are our goals ?

ALGORITHMS

Learn to create algorithms, design code scripts for algorithms and focus on different solutions

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BECOME A COMPUTATIONAL THINKER

Practice four main elements of computational thinking decomposition, pattern matching, abstraction, and algorithms

PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS

Develop problem-solving skills through practical tasks

Step 3
Step 4

LEARNING TO CODE

Learn Python, a programming language in the context of our universe


Our Differences

  • Learning Block- based and text- based coding simultaneously.
  • Student's progress is checked with Smart Control Panel.
  • We provide a syllabus and teacher guide in line with UK education system


Our Operating Logic

Block Mode
Create your algorithm with block sequences, and system will create corresponding code automatically
Code Mode
Create your own solution with writing text-based code, and system create will corresponding block sequence automatically
Smart Control
Let “Smart Control” check your algorithms or codes and give you a smart evaluation.
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Which are Created Separately
in Accordance With Grades Levels

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