This Jordanian Edtech Startup Launched A Platform That Teaches Kids How To Code In A Fun Way!

Via Menabytes

In the digital world we live in now, learning how to code is no longer optional; everyone needs to learn at least simple coding. The rise of AI technology and the booming importance of tech devices in our lives makes it essential to understand how these things are made.

We now can order food, schedule a ride, book a flight or accommodation, and nearly everything else through mobile applications. Thus, it is critical to make sure that at least our future generations are ready to cope with the digital world.

The Amman-based startup, Hello World Kids, has announced the launch of their latest platform, HelloCode. A web-based platform that teaches kids starting eight years old how to code using interactive story-telling. The fun platform has multiple courses in the form of mystery islands, where young tech-wizards explore by watching videos. They then have to solve questions in order to advance to the next level.

“The engagement with HelloCode’s characters along with the creatively-designed episodes and exciting activities involving shapes creates a comprehensive learning environment that introduces kids to a set of crucial life-skills such as problem-solving, computational and cognitive thinking, logical reasoning and creativity, all while having fun,” said Hanan Khader, Founder and CEO of Hello World Kids.

The platform can be used for any individual for a quarterly, bi-annual, or annual subscription fees. Moreover, schools can purchase it and use it to help teachers to teach students how to code.

WE SAID THIS: “The future is bright.”

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