Our Mission:

Preparing the future, for their future.

We give young innovators the tools to become disruptors in the fields of engineering, science, technology and mathematics.

<Kids!Can!></CODE>  offers 10, world class 60-minute computer science classes for primary students ages 8-12.

<Kids!Can!Build!> is a foundations of design course. How to use the design process to solve engaging challenges with teams Ages 9-13

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Our classes are rooted in the idea that school should be:

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Thoughts from previous <Kids!Can!> coding students:

"Easily the best class I have ever had."- IPSAlmere

"I never knew that coding could be so interesting."-IPSHaarlem

"This class is the reason I came to school today."IPSEindhoven

 

 

 
KidsCanBUILD: Design Thinking 101 student shows off his personal logo that has been laser etched on wood and leather journal.

KidsCanBUILD: Design Thinking 101 student shows off his personal logo that has been laser etched on wood and leather journal.

Personal

-Every person has their own path to personal discovery and advancement using deep self knowledge of strengths and weaknesses

-Our educational system should more closely reflect this reality to better ensure a compelling educational experience for all students

-The ability understand one’s self is directly linked to the ability to have empathy for others.

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Accelerated

“Why is the sky blue and not red?”

“When will we live in space?”

When students have access to the sum of all human written knowledge. What is the role of the educator?
Current primary school curriculum subject cadence is arbitrary and too generalized to meet the needs of today’s youth.

If a child can learn basic multiplication at 6 years old, or coding at 10 why do we wait 2 more years to teach it?

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Contextual

-Why do we refer to the area outside of school the “real world”?

-We believe that lessons should connect students with the world they live in now, and the one that will be there when compulsory education ends.

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Emotional

As humans, our learning becomes deeper and more meaningful when we can associate novel information with a positive emotion.