Educate for Future
Telebort was founded in 2016 with the goal of bringing people together through education and technology. We focus on teaching computer science and software development to young students, helping them learn how to solve real-world problems using technology.
Since our inception, we have impacted over 7000+ students across various regions including Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, Korea, China, and beyond.
Our approach to teaching software development starts with block-based programming and progresses to cover mobile, web, and data development. In addition to offering traditional classroom instruction, we also provide a digital academy platform that allows students to access learning materials, question banks, and real-world projects to further their computer science education.
Our team of dedicated teachers and programmers lead our programs and provide peer-to-peer mentorship to inspire and educate students in digital making. Through our platform, kids and teens can learn how to write code, build apps, and deploy websites, and even create digital portfolios of their creative projects and source code.
To enable kids and teens to solve real world problems through coding.
Bringing people together through education and technology.
What kids learn today shapes the world we live in tomorrow.
We aim to give every child the skills, confidence, and opportunity to express themselves in the digital world.
Computer Science education is essential for kids and teen's daily life. However, most experienced school teachers do not have a computer science background. Programmers do not prefer to be involved in the educational field. We are here to address this gap by inspiring young talents to teach computer science.
Code STEAM: More than 1000+ students learning at ZOOM in a session for a 3-days coding camp
CodeBytes: 491 students joined
Code Maven 1.0: 187 girls joined
Collaborated with USM and empowered girls from 8 primary schools near USM and the student age range is between 9-12 years old to learn coding.
86 students got the opportunity to participate in Digital Ninja Lab 1 & 2
The 15th Soong Ching Ling Awards for Children’s Invention in China Mainland
Reached out to 24 schools, 3098 students, aged 7 to 18 years old