Your child attends a school. Great! You are planning to send him/her to study at university or college. Perfect! But will it guarantee them a bright future? Unfortunately, the answer is not that simple and in most of cases the answer is NO. Schools and universities education in a form they exist today can not guarantee your child a job and a position in a society because the world is changing much faster than the education system.
I have decided to write this blog to answer all those numerous questions I can read in the eyes of so many parents. I am running robotics and coding classes and happy there are many girls attending them. More of it I can see a very promising trend. There are more and more girls joining our robotics and coding STEM school classes. Still the proportion is not 50/50 however it looks like it is going to change very soon.
RUNSTEM Robotics and Coding School: Students can have fun and learn a lot in virtual world of Minecraft: Educational Edition.
RUNSTEM first tried Minecraft more than a year ago and continue using it. Minecraft: Education Edition is a special version of the game developed specifically for educational use. It's still staying a game which students have been playing for years but with extra educational features. This learning approach promotes creativity, collaboration, STEM and problem-solving skills.
So, you have probably heard coding today is like a second language everyone on this planet will have to know by 2025 to get a job and succeed in life. However, still most of jobs do not require to know how to code. So, many parents do not know coding but they would like to teach their kids this important skill.
Many parents ask RUNSTEM coding and robotics educators to explain whether robotics is better than just coding or not. So we decided to write this blog to explain how to select the best class for your kid. Many parents want to make the right choice to involve their child from the first day. And we are happy to advise on the factors to consider when making the right choice. :)