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Coding for Kids: Kids who know how to code is smarter
Thanks to the attached 90-plus teaching videos, this programming textbook is not boring at all. Each video is no longer than 2 minutes and getting right to the point directly. The supporting resources are rich and colorful, which will escort children’s journey to explore the programming world. This book analyzes the impact of programming on parents, teachers and children in our everyday life. It argues that the programming courses for children boast the least investment but the greatest return. From a perspective of market, the author analyzes how much the children could accept programming, and take typical cases at home and abroad as examples. The author also employs examples to describe the methods for children to learn programming, and introduce the programming courses and the “learning through playing” model.more >
- Tang Yi is co-founder of Kidbot – a company dedicated to R&D of children’s tablet. He had been a teacher for 5 years, co-written 9 FLASH and PHOTOSHOP textbooks (online version), joined in production of hundreds of episodes of full-length animated features, and led the development of over 500 preschool education apps.