Math and Programming Together
In the US in the 1860s, school math was preparation for a job as a clerk, adding columns of numbers by hand. Later on, when calculators became conventional tools, school math gradually switched to calculators.
Today, workplaces, from grocery stores to high tech firms, computers are a given.
This time, school math yet to catch up. Jobs are different, and the preparation for these jobs needs to change, too.
Math and computational thinking can reinforce each other. Teaching math with computer programming can give mathematical concepts context and relevance while still requiring the same amount of rigor as traditional mathematics instruction. Furthermore, combining math and programming, together with reallife projects, will greatly improve students’ logical, problem extraction and critical thinking skills, which are keen to their future success.
In short, the goals of our program/curriculums are:

Solidify School Math Concepts

Build STEM Foundation

Achieve Sound Programming Skills

Find Inspirations for Tech Careers
Grade 312
Format: Mixed Class
Levels: Level 1 through Level 10