We love getting feedback directly from our students. Parents love the valuable skills our courses offer their children, but we like hearing directly from the students so that we can better evaluate our programs' effectiveness. Why? Because our aim is to make coding fun and accessible for young people and they'll tell us straight up how they feel.
When you learn a foreign language, you need to learn verb tenses. Computational logic skills are the verb tenses of coding and they consist of: loops, conditionals, arrays, objects, functions, and variables - the building blocks that allow coders to express themselves properly. Students learn all of those things in our weekly classes.