Teaching Kids to Code with Alex Sejdinaj

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Learning to code opens a lot of opportunities. Even if you decide that you don’t want to code for a living, it helps you understand how software is made and the technical implications of it across different industries. Alex Sejdinaj, Founder of South Bend Code School, explained why she decided to start teaching kids how to code. We talked about the components of an immersive curriculum and the things kids learn as they get older. Alex explained different projects the kids built and the different programming languages and technologies they use.

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Alex Sejdinaj, Founder of South Bend Code School

@sbcodeschool

@galexsb

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