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Open Your Child’s Mind to New Possibilities!

Is Your Child Coded For Success?
Nothing gets the creative juices flowing better than learning new skills and new ways of thinking about the world. Learning to code gives kids a fresh approach to challenges that boosts their problem-solving skills and helps them excel in every academic subject. Plus it’s a lot of fun!
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UCode offers coding classes for kids ages 6 to 16 that teach computational thinking skills that unlock the power of creative problem-solving.
Creativity involves finding hidden patterns, making novel connections between unrelated ideas, and generating new solutions to old problems. These are precisely the skills kids learn when they start to code. Computational thinking helps them break down difficult problems and apply logic and creativity to see things from new perspectives. Learning to code teaches kids a whole new way to think!
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About UCode
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Our Coding Classes Are the Key
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We fuse computational thinking and creativity in a way that makes learning to code natural and exciting for kids of all ages.
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We track your child’s progress and personalize the program to enhance their experience.
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Coding is the creative glue that binds science, technology, engineering, and math. Kids that learn to code can go on to have rewarding STEM careers.
Plus kids love to learn in our labs!
Our Curriculum
Kids Learn to Code Best by Doing. Creativity Works the Same Way.
True creativity can’t be found in a book. In order to fire their imagination, kids need to play. They need to passionately tackle a challenge, getting their hands dirty while stretching the limits of what’s possible. Ingenuity is never linear. Kids need to take risks and make mistakes. That’s exactly how we teach coding. Our curriculum gives kids the tools they need for true originality. It’s an extremely rewarding and powerful approach.
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What students will learn
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Code in Python
Students are introduced to Python, a leading coding language used around the world. They learn syntax, basic logic flow, and real-world applications for the language.
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Computational Thinking
Students take apart and analyze complex, real-world problems; in the process, they build a strong foundation of computational thinking skills.
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Experiential Problem Solving
Students learn how to learn by dissecting challenging problems and then trying a range of solutions to find the one that’s most effective. Did we mention that they’ll be programming robots? Yes. They’ll get to play with robots.
Developed In Partnership with Faculty from Cornell University
Our experiential curriculum emphasizes inventiveness and resourcefulness. It’s a thorough approach developed with help from some of the top minds at Cornell University. Now in its fifth generation, it is the leading curriculum for teaching computational thinking and coding.
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One Curriculum, Individually Tailored
In order to reach kids where they are, we adapt our courses to the specific needs of each student using a method we call the "Low Floor, High Ceiling Approach".
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Student progress is reviewed weekly against a standard learning progression to see if they’re doing better or worse than average.
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Instructors then "level" the curriculum up or down to match the progress of the student, meeting them where they are.
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The net result is that students learn much faster than in a one-size-fits-all classroom format.
Coding Improves Performance in Every Subject
Math classes teach math. History classes teach history. Science classes teach science. But coding classes teach more than just coding. They teach kids how to think. Kids learn how to examine problems from every angle, looking for optimal solutions. This type of computational thinking then helps them in every other subject. It makes kids better test-takers, better problem solvers, and helps them work better with others. By learning to code, kids will do better in every endeavor they set their minds to.