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Computer Science for your Child.

A project in Harrow, United Kingdom by Ajit Jaokar
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A book and system that gives your child a head start in Computational Thinking, Computer Science and Programming
Backers: 167
Average Pledge Per Backer: £64

Funded: £10,760 of £9,000
Dates: May 8th -> Jun 22nd (45 days)
Project By: Ajit Jaokar
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Latest News

Looking fwd to meeting Alan O Donohoe on Monday ..

June 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Good morning all .. Many thanks for your support!  As the campaign draws to a close .. I will use this forum to update you re the thought process as we create our work One of the key ways we can learn faster is to share/discuss our ideas with other... (Read More)

New Project Aims to Teach Children How to Code

June 22nd - via: technorati.com
The last 18 months has seen education technology take off in a big way. We've seen the likes of Khan Academy become a feature in many schools. The MOOCs have continued their march as well, while crowdfunding platforms have even begun financing young peoples' studies. Mobile industry veteran Ajit Jaokar is also attempting to instigate his own education revolution. Jaokar has taken to Kickstarter to fund his mission to make coding taught better in our schools, and the project has proved immensely popular. (Read More)

We are funded!!!!

June 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello all We are funded! Thanks for your support I am humbled and honored with your confidence and support I have described this work often as a 'calling' and I shall endeavor to do my best for your support kind rgds Ajit  (Read More)

we were covered in Forbes today ..

June 16th - via: kickstarter.com
very pleased about this :)  We were covered in Forbes today ..  http://www.forbes.com/sites/haydnshaughnessy/2013/06/16/lesson-1-how-we-can-all-be-great-developers/ (Read More)

The new Computer Science syllabus and it's impact ..

June 16th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello all Based on my talk to about 300 UK Computer science teachers last week, here is more information about the exact problem we are trying to solve and how it would help to give a head start to learners... (Read More)

Building up the methodology through trials

June 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello all I have been busy over the last few weeks working with trials and the schools Tomorrow, I address the Computing at Schools conference in Birmingham - which is a conference for the UK's Computer Science teachers.  Thus, we continue to... (Read More)

New pledge - Get Computer Science teaching experience

May 16th - via: kickstarter.com
One more new pledge based on feedback. Many thanks.  Get Computer Science teaching experience - For the aspiring computer science teacher - professionals - This pledge is designed for professionals/teachers who want to get experience of teaching... (Read More)

New pledge - Computer Science using the Raspberry Pi

May 16th - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks for your support!  Based on initial feedback we introduce a new pledge  Computer Science using the Raspberry Pi - A customized program to learn computer science based on the Raspberry Pi. This pledge includes the book but also includes a set... (Read More)

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