Kodarit Level 1-4 Courses, Virtual Coding Camps and Coding Co-Teaching

Kodarit’s 1-4 level courses go all the way from visual programming to coding own software and games. Our mission is to make coding education fun, visual and easily approachable. Attendants takes on a learning path that starts from visual programming and proceeds all the way to improving practical programming and game design skills. Additionally we run virtual and summer coding camps of different levels about the same topics. Latest addition to our service portfolio is coding co-teaching, which enables remote connection with our coding co-teacher and helps to run programming classes for elementary/upper/high school education. We highly value personalized teaching, so all of our learning groups are limited to 10-15 participants per session.

Learning outcome:
First attendants learn algorithmic and computational thinking through visual programming exercises. Practically our teaching methods improve skills in game design, software programming and other essential ICT skills needed for highly demanded STEM career opportunities. After finishing the visual programming modules, our teaching proceeds to fundamentals of coding skills in broadly applied programming languages such as Python, JavaScript and Unity game programming. Depending on the level of Kodarit course attended, our learning materials progress all the way to coding simple software, websites and video games.

Target group:
K12 Education, Elementary schools, Upper/High school education, Adults who want to learning fundamentals of coding in a fun, visual and easily approachable way