Looking for an innovative way to teach programming?
The future is all about Programming. And too few middle school and high school students are exposed to Programming.
Meanwhile, teachers aren't well equipped either because of their own insecurities with programming or because of the technical limitation of the school districts or the students.
And yet anyone can teach programming - if they have the right approach and tools.
If you are looking for a new way to teach programming, let us know. We are looking to partner with educators who are committed to LEARNING.
By replacing courses with custom Challenges, we are emphasizing a project-based approach.
By encouraging students to figure out the "next steps" we are encouraging a totally personalize learning model.
The GiiLD Groups allow teachers to monitor each student's personal journey through their Challenges.
"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