The Easiest Way to Learn Coding
with fun and engaging challenges.
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What is Codementum?
The fun games and challenges engage students in the program while they use logic and problem solving to complete the lessons.
Codementum provides all the curriculum, intuitive tools, and resources you need to run a successful computer science program.
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The Easiest Way to Teach Coding
NO EXPERIENCE REQURIED
Codementum comes with fully-guided lesson plans, providing teachers everything they could possibly need to teach the classes.
Quickly and easily monitor your students progress and performance, making it easy to know what lesson/topic to address next.
TEXT & BLOCK BASED CODING
Students can easily switch between text-based and block-based coding systems so they can learn coding logic while learning actual code.
What Teachers Say
"There's a teacher-friendly dashboard, curriculum resources, and plenty of support. Walk-through tutorials and the flexibility of switching between programming languages helps students learn. This is a fun, engaging means for students to acquire exposure to coding and coding concepts, then apply them by developing games and applications."
E. Tong - Computer Science and Innovation Teacher
The Importance of Learning to Code
According to a recent survey, students enjoy computer science and engineering courses more than all other subjects except the arts. Leaning to code teaches such valuable 21st century skills such as problem solving, analytical thinking, critical thinking, creative thinking, collaboration and computer technology skills. Starting students early on a path of technology sets them up for success in today's world of jobs.
Computer coding also helps teach students how to use and explain their logic to solve problems. Coding involves making choices: about the best command to use, the best order of events, or the best structure of the code itself. Students can learn to reason through these decisions and be able to defend their choices when explaining their code to others.