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What is Coding?

Coding is what makes a computer work. Behind every animation or activity, we use on a computer, there is a set of instructions and sequences that tell the computer what to do.

Learning to code is one of the best skills you can teach young learners because it helps them build critical skills such as logical thinking, problem-solving, resilience, and creativity. Not only that, but this important 21st-century skill also helps learners practice concepts that help them excel in other core subjects such as math, reading, and writing — setting them up for success in and outside the classroom.

Like any other skill, however, learning to code takes practice! Kids these days are growing up in a digital world and it’s more important than ever for them to learn skills early on that will help them adapt to and thrive in this environment. In today’s world, learning to code is just as important as learning how to read or do math, and can prepare kids to pursue some of the most in-demand careers of the future.

What do we learn from Algorithms?

An Algorithm is a set of steps needed to complete a task. Decomposition is the act of breaking down a problem into smaller parts. Computational Thinking plays a big role in computer science. Algorithms and Decomposition are two elements of Computational Thinking.

When you write an Algorithm you are Coding!


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