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Beyond Learning to Code: What Aspiring Software Engineers should know

Knowing how to code opens doors, but it's a common misconception that all you need to be succeed in tech is the ability to programme. Hear all about it from Yan and Kani, co-founders of coding bootcamp Code Chrysalis.

October 13, 2020

#Community Code ChrysalisCode to Learn
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Celebrate with Play – Make Every Day a Saturday this Year-end Holiday

As we approach the close of 2020 - the year no one planned for - we're running year-end camps a little differently. Beyond the play-based creative coding classes you already know (and love), here's what to expect this November and December school holiday.

October 6, 2020

#Classroom #Community #Impact Coding for KidsSchool Holidays
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The Implications of The Social Dilemma on Digital Literacy for Kids

A closer look at the Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma, and what this means for digital literacy education for kids.

September 22, 2020

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Saturday Kids at 8: An Impact-driven social enterprise creating access and opportunity in digital literacy

What started as a coding school for kids has evolved into an impact-driven social enterprise dedicated to access and opportunity for kids via digital literacy.

August 27, 2020

#Impact Saturday Kids Turns 8Tech for GoodWhy We Exist
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Let’s Talk about Course Progression

With up to 20 coding courses for kids ages 5-14, where should your child start? Here's our guide to choosing the right coding camp for your curious kid.

August 18, 2020

#Classroom Coding for KidsLearning Roadmap
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A glimpse into the world of preteens

"Curiosity was our common ground. I was curious about their world, and they were curious about mechanisms."

August 4, 2020

#Classroom #Kids CuriosityPreteensReflections
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How we designed Code Meets World collaboratively and completely remotely

We were about to start designing Code Meets World when COVID-19 blew up, and the product design process shifted online by necessity. Here's how we did it, and some takeaways from our experience.

July 21, 2020

#Classroom Behind the ScenesCode Meets WorldRemote
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Friends of Saturday Kids: Rachel of Kin Collective on bridging worlds and raising compassionate kids

Rachel Nadia is the author of children's books that aim to nurture empathetic, compassionate change-makers. Inspired by kids she's met in the course of humanitarian work, she shares how families can use stories as a vehicle for exploring difficult topics.

July 8, 2020

#Community #Impact Children's booksFriends of Saturday KidsKin Collective
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Introducing Code Meets World: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Tech and Impact

We created Code Meets World for kids to take on the questions and problems that matter. Introducing our ambitious new interdisciplinary programme at the intersection of tech and impact.

June 25, 2020

#Classroom #Impact Applied CodingBehind the ScenesCode Meets World
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Friends of Saturday Kids: Kani Munidasa of Code Chrysalis – “Software is the Future”

Meet our friend Kani Munidasa of Code Chrysalis, a coding bootcamp where students don't just learn about full-stack software engineering, but develop the soft skills to build a life in a world where uncertainty is the new normal.

June 18, 2020

#Community Code ChrysalisFriends of Saturday KidsKani Munidasa
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Fieldnotes from a First-Time Father

Celebrating his first Father's Day as a dad, customer experience rockstar José reflects on his first six months as a parent and how life has changed since the birth of his daughter, Charlie.

June 17, 2020

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