Coding: Improve Math Skills and Increase Career Opportunities
SAT percentile overall and per Section.
Coding is behind all the technology we use in our lives. Every second, developments are happening in the world of code. Coding holds the future for today’s youth. Jobs in technology are abundant and aimed at savvy young people. The key to making these bright opportunities accessible to future generations is transforming curriculum to be […]
SAT Versus ACT. Which is Better?
Here is the sample of SAT percentile overall and per section. As you carefully notice each sheet, one will show the importance of how English Grammar can make a difference in overall test scores. There are 49 questions on the SAT writing section. Grammar accounts for over two thirds of marks on this section. There […]
Teaching How to Code in the Age of iPads
This is a very important decision which students have to make before making the choice . Here are few tips which may help to get better understanding of both tests. SAT ACT Why Take It Colleges use SAT scores for admissions and merit-based scholarships. Colleges use ACT scores for admissions and merit-based scholarships. Test […]
Baking a Sleek Website from Scratch: Part 1
Over the past year or so I have spent much of my time teaching children and finding the best methods to communicate with them. Teaching a child to code can be problematic depending on how comfortable he or she is with math and technology, but with the correct tools and the proper attitude/approach, you can […]
A Tool for Teaching Kids to Code
The purpose of this How-To is to show a beginner programmer how to make a modern, clean website with no excuses. We will set everything up, so you only have to worry about learning to program! At first, web development can be frustrating (although I won’t say that feeling ever goes away, just subsides), but with […]
Last week, as a representative of Brain Boost, I attended a community outreach program in Norwalk, Connecticut where organizations teach kids about science and technology– or at least that seemed to be the theme. I had the benefit of presenting my program at the end of the event, and something that I noticed was that […]