Student POV: Power of Coding

As a full-time education consultant, Allison Zmuda works with educators to grow ideas on how to make learning for students challenging, possible and worthy of the attempt. Over the past 19 years, Zmuda has shared curricular, assessment, and instructional ideas, shown illustrative examples, and offered practical strategies of how to get started.

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Today all of the buzz is about the latest insta-post, vine, snapchat story, or the newest video game. Everyone likes these amazing things that we witness. But, not many have actual knowledge on how to develop this creative tech that we have. I don’t know about you but I have always wanted to learn how to code.

The best place to learn something new is when you are young. But even though not all of us are at the age where we can learn things easily, the next generation could very much use it. Especially saying that it doesn’t appear that apps and websites are going away anytime soon. Wouldn’t it be so incredibly interesting if we taught our kids how to code when they were in grade school? Well that could change.

Some school districts are starting to add coding to their curriculum. One of the cool things that I saw in this article is where it says, “As most entrepreneurs, freelancers and marketers will tell you, learning how to program can help you succeed.” This shows us that coding is evident and is used more often in the workplace.

Coding has become the new era in education. Learn how to making coding a part of your life

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