The world is becoming more digitally entrenched by the day, with more job openings in industries such as software development, data analytics, cybersecurity, and robotics. Our mission at DuinoCode™ is to bring STEAM education to our next generation and to nurture them into independent learners with critical computational thinking skills.
We offer full range courses of weekly lessons from basic to advance coding programmes for all ages, from five years and above. Kick start your child’s journey into the world of coding – ranging from beginner-friendly courses to advanced coding courses. Learn through different mediums that fit every learning style.
Taught by our MOE registered instructors, DuinoCode™ courses encompass the learning and implementation of six computational thinking skills – Logical Thinking, Algorithmic Thinking, Scientific Thinking, Conceptual Thinking, Solution-Based Thinking, and Innovation Thinking. These skills are the steppingstones to becoming a computer engineer or an application and game developer.
Your child will learn the foundations of industry standard programming and the building blocks of text-based coding. They will become familiar with the process behind developing and assembling creative solutions to not only programming problems, but also how to apply their computational thinking skills to different fields and their daily lives.
COMPUTATIONAL THINKING SKILLS FOR SCHOOL & BEYOND
Unique to DuinoCode™, this methodology will instil in your child the following six computational thinking skills:
Logical Thinking – the rules of logic and cause and effect, when assimilated, will allow for more accurate results and conclusions
Algorithmic Thinking – the ability to arrive at a solution through clearly defined steps
Scientific Thinking – applying the scientific method of experimentation to form testable hypotheses, question ideas and determine if something is true
Conceptual Thinking – thinking at an abstract level and applying insights to any given situation which is an essential leadership skill
Solution-Based Thinking – involves evaluating a current problem or situation and determining reasonable, practical solutions for it
Innovation Thinking – coming up with new methods, ideas, or products
Four of the computational thinking skills; Logical, Algorithmic, Conceptual and Solution-Based Thinking, will directly help your child in Mathematics. All six computational thinking skills will enable your child to think through in a disciplined fashion, pay attention to fine detail, avoid making careless mistakes, and apply their creativity to solve complex problems in all their school subjects as well as beyond, in their daily life.
Computational thinking skills are transferable and when your child grows up, the skills can be applied across various fields ranging from engineering to finance, legal, marketing, corporate services, and scientific research, amongst many others.