HOW INDIAN SCHOOL CAN INTEGRATE CODING WITH THE REGULAR CLASSROOM CURRICULAR.

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HOW INDIAN SCHOOL CAN INTEGRATE CODING WITH THE REGULAR CLASSROOM CURRICULAR.

GoI introduced new education policy which allow students to choose coding from class 6th onwards. Coding is what makes it possible for us to create computer software, apps and websites. writing code tells the computer what to do.
Learning coding empowers you to do many things you wouldn’t otherwise be able to do. These things include hand-crafting your own websites, becoming a career coder or even tarting a technology business. Most importantly, you’ll be able to understand the technology shaping your world.
Both parents and educators believe that in a country like India, where the education system grapples with lack of innovation, infrastructure, and archaic curriculum, coding is a well-structured way to introduce children to logical thinking and problem-solving.
Schools need to realize the importance of coding as a skill. They should create infrastructure to teach coding. First focus on simple, block based coding than real text based languages.
For teachers, it’s time for relearning, whether it is content or dissemination. They need to update themselves to catch up with students.
Some lecture in between the classes and after school classes, schools should engage coding with education system. Students can learn fast with live, interactive and gamified online sessions.
Courses should involve a wide range of topics such as creating animation, commercial-ready apps, games, creating advanced games and chatbots using artificial intelligence and more.
Live streaming also help students to learn coding skills with realtime feedback from their teachers. Indian schools should engage summer and winter vacation coding camps to handle extra pressure on school routine.
Today world is changing with fast pace and coding skill is good tool which help to understand and appreciate technology and expand their imagination. It is just a language, students need to see it working with the real world and it means different things to different topics

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