Reading for parents
Do your kids spend too much time on the computer, phone or tablet? Don't you wish they could do something more productive? Why not get them to learn a lifelong and valuable skill that will lead them into a career that pays 2 times the national average?
Programming is the new math. The average computer programmer makes $78,000 a year and there will always be a need for programmers. The only problem is that all of the educational courses are not tailored towards the learning styles of children. Most of the documentation is geared towards people over 18.
This course shows younger students how to code by adapting the material to their learning styles. There are animated lectures and informative screencasts.
This course is not only fun for kids to watch and listen, it is interactive and fun. More and more people are learning to code, so do you want your kids to not have the same opportunities as others? This course offers your kids a competitive advantage.
Employers look for technical skills and applicants that can code are more attractive to hire. Even if the job isn't technical it always helps to have that technical knowledge to communicate with the technical team. Personally, I like to hire people with programming skills. If they are artists, video editors, or social media marketers, I generally prefer to hire people with programming experience.
About The Instructor: John Bura
John Bura runs the software company Mammoth Interactive and has been teaching people full time since he was 17. With the combination of teaching experience and real world experience, John has a truly unique experience that you can't find anywhere else. The knowledge he gives out is from first hand knowledge of the industry and years of teaching experience.
Thank you for considering to purchase this course, made exclusively available in educational partnership with Silicon STEM Academy. Even if you choose to not buy it, we wish you and your family a happy road to successful use of technology!
Online education company Mammoth Interactive produces top quality tutorials on many tech topics, including coding, game development, and design. At Mammoth Interactive 400’000 students have learned in-demand skills to enter the modern workforce.