Our learners' progress and attitudes are the heart of what we do. We constantly think in the shoes of an 8-year old, thinking what would be engaging and exciting for them to sustain their learning journey in programming and design.
We forge bonds and build identities through our activities so that students feel included and belong to a tribe. This is ever so important in the 21st-century where emotional intelligence and teamwork are amongst the top 10 skills needed in 2020.
Taking students out of the predictable and passive education environment, we immerse them in a dynamic real-world environment. Getting them to understand the applications of what they are learning in everyday life.
In a time where 45% of graduates in the workforce are unhappy with their chosen fields of study, the importance of allowing students to discover their hidden talents and true passions is paramount.
Converting knowledge from passive reserve to active and tangible solutions to real, pressing problems not just creates a better future, but inspires forthcoming generations.
Embedding students in a vibrant environment that infuses both technology and design, we help students develop empathy, teaching them how to approach challenges in a human-centric manner.
WHO WE WORK WITH
We develop low-cost, frictionless educational tools and expansive curriculums that help educators teach 21st-century skills in a structured and productive manner.
We co-design and develop experiential learning programs with institutions that not only augment them with industry-relevant technical competencies but also their soft skills such as communication and interpersonal skills.
We change mindsets. Using empathy, we guide employees to design user-centric solutions rather than problem-centric solutions, getting them to understand problems from the inside rather than from outside in.
Supporting government initiatives to increase tech literacy, we provide workshops in programming and design to the public. The rigorous process of coding forces individuals to think critically and logically.