Coding curriculum for kids who are learning from home.
Do you have a STEM kid learning from home?GiiLD has curriculum for students who want to learn computer programming.
GiiLD's project-based learning platform is unique. We have ditched "courses" and eliminated the need for parents to understand computer science.
"MY SON SEBASTIÁN IS REALLY ENJOYING THIS PROGRAM. HE LOVES THE CHALLENGES AND IS LEARNING ENGLISH AT THE SAME TIME!"
- Sandra, Columbia
Our Challenges are designed to draw out critical thinking and problem solving skills. The GiiLD app offers cool Challenges that engage the students.
You do not need to have computer science training to leverage the power of GiiLD. With our Curriculum and Parent Feed anyone can facilitate their kid's journey through coding!
"MY DAUGHTER SHELBY HAD NEVER DONE ANY CODING BEFORE DOING THE GiiLD LOGO CHALLENGE. SHE SHOWED ME WHAT SHE DID TODAY AND I WAS AMAZED."
- Jan, USA
Common questions we hear from parents...
Q: Do I need to be a programmer?
A: No, the kids will use GiiLD and the GiiLD community to learn and teach themselves.
Q: What happens when they have questions or get stuck?
A: A mentor will help them get unstuck and the kids will work together to solve problems
Q: I don't know where to start. Where do I start?
A: Let your kids look at the Challenges and see which ones they like or don't like. For more details about each Challenge, you can register and search the Challenges section of the site.
Q: What do I need in order to start?
A: A computer and access to the internet.
Q: How much does it cost?
A: GiiLD has great plans for Learners, Parents, Schools and Enterprises. But you can always take Challenges for free using GiiLD.
Q: What are the most popular plans?
A: Kids love the Command Center which is available in Collaborative Learning and parents love the Parent Learning plan which includes Curriculum and Parent Feed for easy activity management.
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"PROJECT-BASED LEARNING WORKS BEST WHEN IT STARTS WITH STUDENT INTEREST FIRST, AND STUDENTS ARE THE DRIVERS OF THE PROJECTS."
- Carrie, Avalon School USA
"WE MIGHT HAVE TOLD SOMEBODY IN THE PAST, HERE'S YOUR TASK, HERE ARE THE EXACT STEPS YOU NEED TO TAKE TO ACCOMPLISH IT. (WE) SHOULDN'T DO THAT ANYMORE. (INSTEAD) HERE'S THE OUTCOME I WANT; YOU FIGURE OUT HOW TO GET THERE"
- Robert Brooks Brown, Commander of the United States Army Pacific