16 year old kid. Moksh Jawa taught himself computer programming and scored highest possible score on AP Computer Science examination. Great article in Mercury News by Sharon Noguchi – Coding: 16-year-old Fremont student writes AP test-prep book, creates online course
Welcome to the May monthly update on behalf of the team working on making Wize Academy better and helping kids to do better! This month as we wrap up the school year our team is working diligently to update the
The ability to think critically is one skill separating innovators from followers. Critical thinking reduces the power of advertisers and can neutralize the sway of an unsupported argument. This is a skill most students enjoy learning because they see immediately
Students hard at work, learning about basic physics, gears, pulleys and robotics!
Projects from Showcase:
Aligning projects with TEKS curriculum:
Few days bring more joy than graduation – one more successful graduate (of Beginner I level), cheered by her classmates, friends and family! Many congratulations!!
Revolutionizing education. Turning kidsÂ into creators, not just consumers, by teaching them computing, logical thinking and reasoning.We had a busy but exciting week here at Wize, our kids at Universal Academy and Riverchase MontessoriÂ did their project showcase. We appreciate questions and
3 of our Beginner I Wize kids graduated to Beginner II level – Congratulations to kids and their parents! Nothing is possible without dedication, family support and continued interest.Â These kids successfully completed their project showcase and demonstrated clear understanding of
Great article in WSJ today about relevance of computing in our kid’s education. “What’s fascinating about computer science is that it requires analytical skills, problem solving skills and creativity, while also being both foundational and vocational” says Hadi Partovi, co-founder
We were so heartened to learn about the change schools in Finland are implementing: they are moving away from traditional ‘subject’ based teaching to a more modern ‘topics’ based approach. We use a similar strategy to teach key principles of