Since 2016, 100,000+ teachers trained in Computational Thinking, impacting 1.3mil students MDEC says since Covid-19 there has been even greater interest by students, parents & teachers
List the two least important skills as maths & science and data analytics Believe internships either equally important or more so than school education
Part of Honeywell’s HISE intiative, the lectures encourage the pursuit of STEM education and careers among young people.
Secondary school kids in Malaysia to be exposed to coding via Design Technology/Comp Science Computational thinking methodology as part of teaching tool kit expands to more teachers
From helping ingrain computational thinking into school curriculum, to its Digital Ninjas programme and more, MDEC's #mydigitalmaker initiative is beginning to move the needle.
Remaining relevant in an era where jobs and the nature of work are being disrupted by the forces or AI and robotics requires us to adapt to reskill and not complain.
While parents can look forward to computational skills being part of the national education curriculum from January 2017, MDEC is already looking to enhance the computing skills of students with its Maker Movement, writes Karamjit Singh.