Welcome to YoungCoderz
Our Technology club give students of this generation aged 6+, a meaningful, hands-on introduction to the fundamentals of technology and design-thinking methodology; challenging them to collaborate with their fellow programmers to create solutions to real-world problems.
Our game based learning curriculum not only makes exploring technologies fun and playful but also engaging and simulating. Along the way of making their own games & apps using different technologies step by step, we implant core programming skills, computational thinking, digital problem solving, creativity and the spark to keep pursuing new upcoming technologies all along their learning years.
YoungCoderz Happening In
James Murphy,School Teacher, Asker International School
Collaborating with Anu from youngcoderz has been a very rewarding experience for our school. We hosted a coding day where all of our primary years children had an opportunity to interact with coding on different levels. Anu kindly volunteered her services for the day and introduced Scratch programming to our youngest children from grade 1 to 3. The grade 4 and 5 children enthusiastically worked in small groups to try and code the Sphero to navigate a maze
June Solberg, Gjøvik Library
During the Winter holidays, Young Coderz organised a week-long code camp here at Gjøvik Public Library. Here, 15 children between the ages of 10 and 12 received instruction in game coding and robot coding with Sphero mini. Young Coderz was well organised and had put together a fun, engaging and challenging program. We at the library felt well taken care of and were confident that the instructors did a good job. The instructors had obviously worked with children before, and always had full control of the gang. We can highly recommend Young Coderz!
Kathrin Volkmer,Mother of twin boys Emil and Gustav
I am really happy with the coding club and I do think my boys are learning how to code while having a lot of fun at the same time.
“It is great fun and I love to solve the challenges. I am looking forward to next course.” says Emil
“It is fun to challenge ourselves through the projects and the teachers are very kind” says Gustav
David Pazdera,Father of Daniel Pazdera
Daniel really enjoyed the course. In his own words, he is giving you “five out of five stars” 😊
I believe he learned a lot and he proudly shared some of his projects with family members.
When I asked him whether he would like to continue, if there is a follow up course, he said: “Absolutely”.
Thanks so much for organizing this course. I consider coding skills as a very important part of Daniel’s development. Attending a course where he can both learn and have fun is definitely something we will encourage and support.