Why learn to code and deal with technology?

 

Learning to code allows for developing a series of core competencies in the contemporary world, better preparing people for the challenges of the digital age. Combining innovation and project management with the global concept STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math – Happy Code helps its students develop skills for the 21st century:

Computer science and technology

Instead of being passive consumers of computer technologies, students can become active producers and creators.

Learning and innovation

The focus on creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration is crucial for preparing students to resolve complex challenges, fostering the emergence of innovative solutions.

Life and career

People in general, especially children and teenagers, should spend more time resolving real problems in a collaborative way, because that’s what the world will demand in a very near future. It is therefore paramount to develop the right skills: flexibility and adaptability; initiative and self-direction; social and multicultural skills; productivity, responsibility and leadership.

Computer science and technology

Instead of being passive consumers of computer technologies, students can become active producers and creators.

Learning and innovation

The focus on creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration is crucial for preparing students to resolve complex challenges, fostering the emergence of innovative solutions.

Life and career

People in general, especially children and teenagers, should spend more time resolving real problems in a collaborative way, because that’s what the world will demand in a very near future. It is therefore paramount to develop the right skills: flexibility and adaptability; initiative and self-direction; social and multicultural skills; productivity, responsibility and leadership.

The future of the job market lies in STEM

There are currently over 600 thousand STEM job openings in the USA – and that figure is likely to rise

Over the past decade, STEM occupations grew more than 24%, while other occupations grew just 4%

Professionals trained in STEM receive up to 12% more than other professionals in the same positions

According to the World Economic Forum, 65% of today’s children will work in jobs that do not yet exist

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