How do we enable our kids and teens to solve real world problems through computer science education?

How do we enable our kids and teens to solve real world problems through computer science education?

Cultivate Interest and Awareness

An understanding of computer science is becoming increasingly essential in today’s world. Learning how to code develops computational thinking, logic and mathematical ability to solve day-to-day problems. We aim to expose 100,000 kids and teens to basic computer science education by 2025.

Programs that we are offering to achieve this goal are called

Telebort On Demand Programs
  • FREE Programs (e.g., Code STEAM, etc.)
  • An Hour of Code, International Partner of Code.org in Malaysia (CodeBytes, etc.)
  • Girls in ICT, (Code Maven) Collaboration with School of Computer Sciences USM
  • Corporate Events (e.g., Exabytes, Dell Malaysia, etc.)
  • School Holiday Program: Kids Can Code, Teens Can Code

Nurture and Educate

We author and develop our computer science education curriculum primarily based on world’s leading educational institutions such as Havard’s CS50, Code.org, Scratch, MIT App Inventor, W3School, Khan Academy, and more. We called it as Telebort Core Programs where it covers various topics such as the foundation of creative computing, mobile apps development, web design, data science and more.

Kids and teens learn how to build mini projects to understand the concepts and gain the hands-on experience that is needed in order to code and create meaningful projects that could solve problems for their community. 

Telebort Core Programs
  • Telebort Weekly Core Programs
  • Telebort Fast Track Core Program
  • Telebort Intensive Class

Code and Create

We work with kids and teens to incubate the problems that they want to solve through technology. Kids and teens learn how to apply design thinking and rapid prototyping and develop their minimum viable product (MVP) in mobile apps or websites to address the needs. 

Opportunities that we create or participate in, to achieve this goal:

Telebort Alumni and Student Association (TASA)
  • Center of resources
  • Apps and Webs development and deployment
  • Opportunity to participate in competitions, hackathons, etc.
  • Publicity on news and media

Eventually, Telebort becomes a platform for kids and teens to communicate, build, and launch their creative ideas around technology.

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