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The digikids curriculum empowers students to develop programming skills, computational thinking, and a creative mindset to become creators and problem …
At digikids, we use an experimental approach in our teaching. Students are introduced to a particular practice, idea, or piece …
This is the foundation stage. We create, in the young minds, an interest in technology as a creative tool. We use fun tools to introduce electronics, robotics and guide students to create simple programs following precise steps.
The students are equipped with a firm grasp of computer science concepts which gives them a deeper understanding of designing of and writing code. Students create and debug programs with specific goals.
By this stage, the students are proficient in simple programming languages. This stage encounters deeper computational thinking and creation of more complex programs. Students use two or more programming languages to create their own apps and games.
We work with professional organizations, non-profit organizations, student groups and companies that share our vision of empowering through technology. We are thankful to our partners for their support to digikids’ programs and causes. If you are interested in partnering with us in the journey to spread digital literacy, child online protection and empowerment, please feel free to contact us here.
Our Student's Feedback
“Life is fun at digikids. We get challenges that exercise our brains and get us all sharp and computer literate, literacy! You should join us too.”
– Ethan, Buruburu
“Before coming to this workshop, programming seemed very difficult and complicated to me. After this workshop, I think programming is quite simple and easy to learn!”
– Sifa, Nairobi
“Digikids is simply the best. I have enjoyed working with the trainers here and I already feel like a computer genius.”
– Cheryl, Kahawa
“Life is fun at Digikids. We get challenges that exercese our brians and get us all sharp and computer literate.”
– Baraka, Karen