Why Learn Coding and Robotics with us?
Small class size
We only accept 8 students in all after school programs in-person and virtual. We take pride in teaching the best quality education at a safe pace
Students work in small teams with rotational leadership opportunities for all students
Play based concepts
Make sure your child puts on their sneakers. We will play fun games that will teach them coding concepts that they will never forget!
Project based curriculum
Students will make connection with real world by designing projects that are solution centric
Students will work on a number of projects and will build their portfolio of digital projects
Students completing the program are invited to programs to assist with other programs to reinforce their learning and mentor younger students
With Collaborative learning, Code-it Hacks learner will be a:
At Code-it Hacks, we don't just code. We prepare students for understanding the entire life cycle of the digital world.
Based on the collaborative learning principles, students work in small groups and are mentored to unleash their imagination in brainstorming ideas, which are then journaled in their "Design Journal". No code is written until a mock idea is debated and collaborated on. Each week a leader is assigned to the group who is mentored to facilitate the design discussions and present the ideas at the end of the class.
In each course, students will not only learn the building blocks of coding, but will also take away the essential life skills of leadership, team building and conflict resolution.
In the Media..
Equitable STEM opportunities for all youth - Global news - The Morning Show
STEM DIY - During Lockdown
Shirin Merchant, Founder of Code-it Hacks speaks with CP24
Famous Kids Magazine, Chickadee visits Code-it Hacks and shares the experience first hand. Read More
Shirin Merchant, Founder of Code-it Hacks talks in depth about STEM, gender disparity and engaging more women in STEM with Finance is Personal host, Elizabeth Naumovski
The IT NERD shares our story on Play-based STEM!
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