Children learn to program home

Children learn to program home

Tech November 5, 2015 14:15

- Parents who bale their children at the primary school do not receive lessons in programming, can themselves at home with their children to work. Even if they do not possess the necessary knowledge.

Only program one in ten Dutch primary schools give pupils a structural lesson. In countries such as Finland, Greece and Britain 's program has recently become a compulsory subject. In our country the discussion on this is ongoing.

The Amsterdam company Bomberbot provides teaching materials to schools for some time, but now also has a package designed specifically for parents. The package for parents differ in the base not much of that for schools. Both contain 16 lessons and are suitable for children from 7 to 12 years. New in the package for the parents are the videos in which the 13-year-old Rotterdam YouTube star Nick Jordan explain the material gives. In addition, for parents also extensive documentation in text.

Parents are free to try out the first three classes, then the package will cost € 30 per child. It is of course also possible to provide several children at the same time with a single package, only the lesson progress can not be registered individually. For early risers, a special action. Parents who subscribe before the end of the year, do not have to annually renew. They enjoy unlimited access to new material.

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