British startup Feynlabs teaches kids how to code
Ajit Jaokar founded London-based education startup Feynlabs to teach children how to code, according to Miami Herald.
Jaokar explained: "Today, everyone needs to understand how to code, but yet, we teach programming in exactly the same way we have for 60 years. We are developing a set of techniques that accelerate the early-stage learning of programming and computer science... Think of tech education like going from 0 to 60 like the acceleration of a cheetah. Our course is designed to accelerate the early-stage learning of programming."
The founder of the coding school believes that when children learn how to code in a fast way, their curiosity and passion are stoked and they tend to stick with what they have learned, the report said.
Jaokar is planning to launch Feynlabs globally in Miami. The startup will also release an instructional book written by Jaokar and his 10-year-old son online in May. The physical book will be launched in the fall. In addition, the company will start a training program for teachers and other interested learners in South Florida, Miami Herald reported.