Kids today are growing up in a radically different world than the one we knew. Coding, the language of computers, has become a basic literacy in the digital age. In the future, not knowing the language of computers will be as challenging as being illiterate or innumerate is today.
Sunaina Foundation’s ‘Think Like a Coder Course’ uses engaging gadgets and software such as Botley, BBC Microbits, Droneblocks and MIT Scratch to teach kids how to think computationally. We believe learning to code is an important step in a child’s computer literacy journey as they learn to use computers as a tool to create and not just consume.