You probably already know the meaning of STEM: science, technology, engineering and math.
You want the best and brightest for your child. You have to balance preparing them for the future, appealing to their likes, and giving them enough of a challenge so they strive for success.
Between school, sports, part-time jobs, and extra curriculars, our kids are busy.
If you are familiar with primary education, you may have heard of the three Rs in education: Reading, wRiting and aRithmetic.
In the world of computer programming for kids and teens, two primary approaches have become common: teach using block-based languages and teach using fully featured programming languages.
A lot of parents are familiar with this scene: their kids spend hours in front of a screen while on the couch, in the car, or at the table.
Part 1: The Why? Part 2: The How? If we examine global trends, it is clear that an increasing number of schools worldwide are integrating some form of computer programming into the curriculum. In