Coding has become one of the most important job skills. The demand for professionals with high-quality coding skills is expected to be continuously growing in the future across almost every industry.
Preparing children from an early age and encouraging them to develop this highly-important skill, has become a mission for many companies. A lot of children-friendly education projects focus on teaching kids how to code in the most comprehensive way.
Kodris Studio aims to help children between 8 to 16 years old to gain algorithm development skills and to learn the coding language Python by using text and block base. The platform is easy-to-use, making it possible for the children to practice the knowledge and develop their own apps and games with Kodris Developer.
Designed for primary and secondary school students, Kodris Game allows the kids to put their Python programming language knowledge into practice and create their own games. The team behind the project has given to the children that use the platform the motto: ”We have played enough games, now it’s time to develop our own game.”
The USA and many European countries have already included in their primary and secondary school curriculum programming and tech classes in order to keep the knowledge of the young generation on a competitive edge. Turkey hasn’t embraced this forward-thinking approach yet, which is why in the Turkish market there is a huge need for projects like Kodris that inspire tech and innovation.
Kodris is currently being crowdfunded on Arikovani. To learn more about the project and give your support visit its
crowdfunding page here.